Perhaps because it is located in the heart of the Savannah and at the foot of Mount Megaliesberg. West Brom might disagree with that approach. Its main economic engine are the extraction of Platinum mines. In fact Rustenburg is the World’s leading producer of this mineral. Sean Rad is likely to agree. The Spanish team already played a match against South Africa in his Royal Bafokeng Stadium during the 2009 FIFA Confederations Cup. Once used for Rugby Union competitions. And it has been renovated for the World Cup. It has expanded its capacity to 3,000 seats, and installed giant screens and more lighting.
Bafokeng is the name of the tribe of the area. Polokwane to 60 km to the South of the Tropic of Capricorn, Polokwane is located in the land of the giant Baobab trees and represents the main economic and cultural center of the Limpopo. Dominated by a tropical climate, it is distinguished by its landscapes, endless meadows and towering mountains. It is surrounded by Botswana, Zimbabwe and Mozambique. Your Makapan cave preserved fossil remains of the stone age. The Peter Mokaba Stadium emulates the silhouette of a Baobab and has been modernised on the occasion of the World Cup.
Nelspruit the perfect location to enjoy a safari. To the northeast of South Africa, on a high plateau of 660 meters above the level of the sea, the city of Nelspruit is It lies a few kilomentros of the National Park of Kruger, the most famous of all Africa. It is also the capital of the province of Mpumalaga, which means place where the sun rises in Siswati, one of the eleven official languages of Africa. The Mbombela stadium is very original. The pillars are shaped of Giraffe and chairs creating a surprising effect stripes. Pretoria is the administrative capital of South Africa and one of the leading cities in academic terms. It has the best African continent universidadesdel. At 50 km away from Johannesburg, Pretoria mixes old and new, and in her embrace contemporary art with historical monuments. Their Loftus Versfeld stadium is one of the oldest in the country. With capacity for 50,000 people, it hosted the Rugby World Cup in 1995. Port Elisabeth surrounded by impressive beaches, and numerous buildings of Victorian architecture, port Elisabeth is an attractive tourist destination. It is named after the wife of Governor Rufan Donkin. Its colonial atmosphere to catch the most nostalgic. In his Stadium Nelson Mandela Bay, on the shores of the North End Lake, will vie for eight parties, including the third and fourth place match. Bloemfontein is the judicial and administrative capital of South Africa, and is located in the heart of the country. It is known as the city of roses due to the beauty of its gardens and parks. The lovers of archaeology visit its National Museum of South Africa, with one of the largest collections of fossils and archaeological finds in the country. The citizens of this region are considered the more keen for South Africa and will be the guarantee of good humor in matches that will be played at the Free State Stadium in Bloemfontein.