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Business in Bloemfontein (South Africa)

Foreign Trade and Business in Bloemfontein: judicial power, Free State (South Africa)

Bloemfontein (the source of flowers) is the centre of the judicial power and one of the three capitals of South Africa (Southern Africa)

  1. Population of Bloemfontein: 0.2 million inhabitants
    1. Population of the Bloemfontein agglomeration: 0.8 million inhabitants
    2. Bloemfontein is the seventh largest city in South Africa
  2. The seat of the Supreme Court of Appeals of South Africa is in Bloemfontein
  3. Bloemfontein = Mangaung (place of cheetahs) in Sesotho
  4. Main economic activities in Bloemfontein: public administration, services, agriculture, mining and trade.
  5. The headquarters of the most important South African distribution chains are in Bloemfontein
  6. Bloemfontein is the capital of the Free State province of South Africa (2.8 millions inhabitants)
    1. The Free State province is the South African granary
    2. Leader in biofuel production
    3. Important chemical product's industry
    4. Sasol Petrochemicals Society in Sasolburg
    5. Mining

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  1. Municipality: Mangaung
    1. Population of the metropolitan municipality of Mangaung: 0.7 million inhabitants
  2. Afrikaans and Sesotho are the most spoken languages in Bloemfontein
  3. Bloemfontein is located in the centre of South Africa (southern boundary of the Highveld)
  4. Elevation of Bloemfontein: 1,395 meters
  5. Museum of the Anglo-Boer War, National Museum
  6. 1854 - 1902: Bloemfontein was the capital of the Boer Republic of the Orange Free State

Transport and Logistics in Bloemfontein (South Africa)

  1. Railway: Bloemfontein, Cape Town, Johannesburg
  2. Railway: Maseru (Lesotho), Bloemfontein, Bethlehem
  3. Distance from Bloemfontein to the Port of Durban: 635 kilometres, Roads N5 and N3
  4. Bloemfontein Airport

Port of Durban (South Africa). Gateway to Lesotho, Eswatini, Botswana, Zambia, and Zimbabwe

  1. Pretoria
  2. Ekurhuleni

Higher Education in Bloemfontein (South Africa)

  1. Free State University
  2. Central University of Technology

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