The South Africa has many beautiful scenery 1.Sun City Via johannesburg.hotelguide.co.za One of Africa’s premier vacation destinations, Sun City in South Africa is internationally recognized for its superb resort offering of hotels, attractions and world-class events. From the lavish opulence of The Palace of the Lost City to the casual elegance of the Cascades, the glamour of the annual Nedbank Golf Challenge to the tropical thrills of the Valley of the Waves, Sun City delivers plenty to see and do in a beautiful malaria-free landscape. 2.Cape Town Via yyzdeals.com Cape Town is a port city on South Africa’s southwest coast, on a peninsula beneath the imposing Table Mountain. Slowly rotating cable cars climb to the mountain’s flat top, from which there are sweeping views of the city, the busy harbor and boats heading for Robben Island in Table Bay. Via quickmeme.com Cape Town is the best place when travel in SA. 3.Johannesburg Via endeavor.org Johannesburg, South Africa's biggest city.It's known for Soweto township, a sprawling jumble of African workers’ houses that was once home to Nelson Mandela and Desmond Tutu. Mandela’s former residence is now the Nelson Mandela National Museum. To the northeast, Herman Ekstein Park encompasses a boating lake and Johannesburg Zoo. Official post Via imgur.com Cruel Truth Via reddit.com 1. Violence on foreignersMany foreigners were killed in South Africa before we acknowledged we have a problem.Violence against foreigners has repeatedly flared in South Africa in recent years.The article “Deaths in South Africa as mobs target foreigners”,source from Al Jazeera And AP. 2. Crime Rate Via news.bbc.co.uk 3. Trampled Justice Via Twitter: @Msgnetwork It depicts ANC president Jacob zuma unclasping his trousers while ANC youth leader Julius Malema, Communist Party leader Blade Nzimande, and Cosatu (the trade union federation) leader Zwelenzima Vavi, and Gwede Mantashe ANC secretary general, holds down Justitia – the traditional female representation of justice. 4. Apartheid Via rfksafilm.org South Africa passed an act in 1953 know as the Reservation of Separate Amenities Act in 1953. This meant that public places like libraries, hospitals and parks were all separated by particular race. Domestic Servants, blacks making up roughly 90% of those working, were also heavily relied on by the white community. They were not allowed the same privileges as their white superiors but were expected to care, clean, and serve whites all the same. Black women were not allowed to upraise their own children the same way as they did the white children, having less privileged areas to go and more restrictions on how and what they could do.