Internship in South Africa
South Africa, with its capital Pretoria, is one of only 17 countries worldwide considered Mega-diverse. Climate zones from extreme desert to subtropical regions provide a vast quantity of plants and animal species native to the country as well as a diversity of nationality, culture and skin colour of its population, which has been given the nickname “Rainbow Nation”. South Africa has an estimated population of 47,900,000 inhabitants and has eleven recognised languages in its constitution.
The country’s scenic beauty e.g. in the Kruger National Park and the Mala Mala Reserve, together with the cultural multiplicity in lifestyle, music and cuisine invites you to explore something new every day. The cuisine is largely meat-based and the “braai” (barbecue) is a very popular and typical custom.
South Africa has evolved from a development country to a “first world country”, with an economy based on trade of raw materials, manufacturing and agriculture (especially wine), though this mainly takes place in the largest cities like Johannesburg and Cape Town, while there are still regions whose economy is not yet well-developed. However, these are the areas where one can experience traditional lifestyle with dance and music.
If you would like to visit South Africa to experience the culture and country whilst improving your English through a language course and an internship, we can help.
With our extensive network of companies and contacts we are in the perfect position to offer you all the support you need in your application for an internship in South Africa.
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