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Study in Cape Town, Western Cape (South Africa). Master in Foreign Trade

Cape Town is the centre of the legislative power and one of the three capitals of South Africa (Southern Africa)

  1. Population of Cape Town: 0,4 millions inhabitants
    1. Population of Cape Town agglomeration: 3,7 millions inhabitants
    2. Cape Town is the second most populous South African urban area after Johannesburg
    3. 42% of the population of Cape Town is «coloured», 39% «African black» and 16% «white»
  2. The seat of the Parliament of South Africa is in Cape Town
  3. Cape Town is the second South African economic centre and one of the most important in Africa
  4. Main economic activities in Cape Town: agriculture, port activities, manufacturing, business services, transport and logistics, fishing, textiles and wood products manufacture.
  5. Construction boom
  6. Cape Town is considered as the most entrepreneurial city in South Africa
  7. Woolworths is an important business district of Cape Town
    1. Pick'n Pay Stores and Shoprite (distribution and fashion)
    2. Sanlam (financial services)
    3. Cape Ray (medical devices)
    4. Ceres Fruit Juices (fruit juices)
    5. ICS (one of the largest meat distribution companies in the world)
  8. Major multinationals in Cape Town: Johnson & Johnson, GlaxoSmithKline, Levi Strauss, Adidas

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South Africa: Online Master, Doctorate, Trade South African Students from Cape Town: enrol, study online and receive your European diploma (Courses, Masters and Doctorates in International Business / eLearning) from Cape Town (South Africa). Master in Foreign Trade

  1. Masters: Business in Africa, International Business, International Marketing, Transport in Africa, Export Back Office
  2. Doctorates: African Business, International Logistics, Foreign Trade

South African Students from Cape Town (Master, Doctorate)

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  1. IKapa in Xhosa language
  2. Kaapstad in Afrikaans language
  3. Cape Town is the capital of the Western Cape province of South Africa
  4. Most spoken language in Cape Town: English
  5. Cape Town is on the shore of Table Bay in the Atlantic Ocean
  6. Mediterranean climate
  7. Koeberg nuclear power plant
  8. 1652: foundation of Cape Town by Jan van Riebeeck (Dutch Cape Colony)

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Shoprite: South African Distributor

Transport and Logistics in Cape Town (South Africa)

  1. Port of Cape Town (Cape Town)
    1. Port of Cape Town is in Table Bay
    2. Port of Cape Town is a South Atlantic Maritime transport hub
    3. The second largest port in South Africa, after the port of Durban
    4. Shipbuilding companies
    5. Port of Simon's Town is the main base of the South African Navy.
  2. Cape Town International Airport
  3. Railways toward Johannesburg via Kimberley, Durban, Bloemfontein and Pietermaritzburg
  4. Railway: Cape Town - Gaborone (Botswana) - Harare (Zimbabwe)
  5. Roads:
    1. Road N1: Cape Town, Edgemead, Parow, Bellville, Brackenfell, Bloemfontein, Johannesburg (Ekurhuleni), Pretoria and Zimbabwe
    2. Road N2: Cape Town, Rondebosch, Guguletu, Khayelitsha, Macassar, Somerset West, Port Elizabeth, East London and Durban
    3. Road N7: Cape Town, Wingfield, Edgemead, Northern Cape province and Namibia.

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South African province: Western Cape (Western Cape)

  1. Capital: Cape Town
  2. Largest city: Cape Town
  3. Population: 5.9 millions inhabitants
  4. Area: 129.462 kilometres
  5. Western Cape is a major tourist region in South Africa
  6. UNESCO declared Robben Island a World Heritage Site in 1999

Higher Education in Cape Town (South Africa)

  1. University of Cape Town
  2. University of Western Cape Town
  3. University of Technology, Cape Town
  4. University of Stellenbosch

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