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Shipping to South Africa

Split into nine provinces, South Africa has a population of over 55 million people and continues to be one of the most popular holiday destinations across the globe.

And Tudor has had the pleasure of shipping excess baggage and personal belongings to South Africa over the years via our air freight and sea freight services. One client that we have dealt with over the years includes former midfield maestro Stephen Pinaeer.

Here at Tudor, we offer our shipping services to Cape Town, Durban, East London, Johannesburg and Port Elizabeth.

South Africa is divided into nine Provinces. Here’s a brief lowdown:

Gauteng: Pretoria is the administrative capital of the country. Johannesburg is the seat of the provincial government and the centre of economics in Africa.

Western Cape: Cape Town is the capital city of South Africa. The Garden Route is a popular tourist attraction, with the coastline running from Mossel Bay to St Francis.

Eastern Cape:  The Eastern Cape is famous for its beautiful beaches across Port Elizabeth, East London and Jeffrey’s Bay.

Northern Cape: the Northern Cape is located in the north-west of South Africa. Despite it being the largest of the nine provinces, it has the smallest population, with just 900,000.

Free State: The Free State is a vital agricultural area in South Africa with beef and maize the primary products.
 
KwaZulu-Natal: This Province boasts the world’s second highest waterfall. This is also where the Drakensburg mountain range is situated, so if you like hiking; we highly recommend you visit here.
 
North West: The North-West Province links between South Africa and Botswana. It’s the largest platinum production area in the world.

Mpumalanga: In 1926 the Kruger National Park was found and it led to the abundance of trout farms in the area today.

Limpopo: This northernmost Province takes up 10.2% of South Africa’s total land area. Limpopo is renown having cultural treasuries, wildlife and spectacular scenery. 



 

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