The Republic of South Africa It is a country located in the southern tip of Africa. It borders the states of Namibia, Botswana, Zimbabwe, Mozambique and Swaziland.
His British-inspired parliamentary system operates according to a linear structure in which the president of South Africa is the Head of State and the Head of Government, also has a bicameral parliament: the National Assembly and the National Council of the Provinces.
The advancement of South Africa’s legislation has allowed the alignment of homosexual rights practices, becoming the first country in the region to legalize
Gay marriages in 2006.
Its experiential tourism is solidified in the more than 20,000 plants it has in its bionatural systems, with enromes meadows that cover almost the entire region.
The embassy The country moves through a group of diplomats who watch over national citizens mainly in other countries. In addition to being a link between the country of origin and migrants, the South African Embassy also manages relations between host countries and South Africa itself, facilitating communications between governments.
For more information on South Africa, you can visit the official website of the Embassy.