Cape Town = legislative center
Bloemfontein = judicial center
God Bless Africa & The Call of South Africa combined
A rocky headland on the Atlantic coast of South Africa
Elton John and partner David Furness among some of the famous names who've stayed in Malewane's Royal Suite.
Guatemala is located in Central America.
1922-2001. Performed the first human heart transplant in history
Johannesburg. It is one of the few places in the world with white lions.
Home of the Stellenbosch and Constantia wine areas
Built 2005. Largest optical telescope in the southern hemisphere
Or just the Boks. Named for their emblem - the springbok.
2005. Captained and played flanker for the South African Springboks national rugby union team from 26 June 1993 until 10 August 1996. He won 29 test caps and led the Springboks to victory in the 1995 Rugby Union World Cup.
Inducted 1997.Northern Transvaal and Springboks Rugby union player. Du Preez mostly played in the flank or lock positions. Du Preez played his first test for the Boks on 7 January 1961 at the age of 25 in the flank position against England. He played his last test on 7 August 1971 at the age of 35. 38 caps.
Inducted 2007. The Springboks' first choice scrum-half in the mid-to-late 1990s and early 2000s. He was capped 89 times for the Springboks and scored 38 tries. He retired as the most capped Springbok of all time, and still holds the record for the most test tries by a South African player. His career test try tally of 38 makes him the scrum-half with the most tries in Test Rugby.
Inducted 2005. Botha remained the highest points scorer in Springbok rugby history for a number of years, with a points total of 312, until 17 July 2004, when his tally was passed by Percy Montgomery. However, Montgomery had to play in many more matches to achieve this feat, while Botha had only played in 28. Botha mostly played in the fly-half position and is now a rugby commentator for the South African M-Net and Supersport TV channels.
Pietermaritzburg, South Africa. Serving the KZN region of SA