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Southern Africa rental properties are primarily found in the major metropolitan areas of Southern Africa. Common rental types found in Southern Africa are apartments, studios, lofts, one bedrooms, two bedrooms, condos, houses for rent, mobile homes, hotel rooms, vacation rental, furnished rentals short term rentals. Regions and cities if Southern Africa where housing rentals are found are Angola, Botswana, Lesotho, Malawi, Mozambique ,Namibia, South Africa, St Helena, Swaziland, Tanzania, Zambia, Zimbabwe. Vacation rentals, short term rentals and furnished housing are more common in the metropolitan areas of Southern Africa.

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States of Southern Africa
The nation located in the south end corner of the African continent is the region of Southern Africa. The region of Southern Africa comprises of many areas like the Republic of South Africa. There are five nations in the Southern Africa according to the UN scheme of geographic areas. To maintain collaboration in the Southern Africa in the year 1980 the Southern African Development Community (SADC) was initiated. There are wide-ranging woodland and grasslands to deserts in the land of Southern Africa. Mountains and low-lying coastal areas are there in the region of Southern Africa. The resources of platinum and the platinum set elements like chromium, vanadium, and cobalt, and the uranium, gold, titanium, iron and diamonds are available in the southern Africa. The region of Southern Africa is known for its diverse culture. The people of San, Namaqua and Pygmies inhabited the Southern Africa. Zulu, Xhosa, Swazi, Ndebele, Tswana, Sotho, and Shona people, BaLunda, Mbundu, Chaga and Sukuma are the ethnic groups of Southern Africa.
 
Angola Information Angola Flag
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Angola is a country located in the south-central Africa. It is known as the Republic of Angola. The nation which shares boundaries with Angola is to the south it has Namibia, to the north it has the Democratic Republic of the Congo, and to the east it has Zambia and the west coast is sited on the Atlantic Ocean. The capital city of Angola nation is Luanda. The coastal regions there were some Portuguese in the current Angola from 16th to 19th centuries. The country got freedom in the year 1975. In the 19th century they started living in the center of the country. From 1975 to 2002 there was a powerful civil war in Angola. Angola has abundant mineral and petroleum resources. In 2002 the up gradation of the nation of Angola following the end of a 27-year civil war was initiated.
 
Botswana Information Botswana Flag
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Botswana a nation situated in Southern Africa. Formally it is called as the Republic of Botswana. The local people are known by as "Batswana". The nation got its liberty on 30 September 1966 from the Commonwealth. Physically the nation is plane and the Kalahari Desert encompasses nearly 70% of Botswana. It shares the margins with South Africa in the south and southeast, Namibia in the west and north, and Zimbabwe in the northeast. Zambia at a particular spot congregates Botswana. The nation of Botswana when achieved its freedom was poorest in Africa. It developed rapidly and has highest rising economies in the world. The nation of Botswana is biggest maker of diamonds. The economy mainly depends on diamonds, beef market and tourism. The minerals which are available are soda ash, copper and nickel matte, gold, and coal. It is a steady nation and is the continent's greatest unremitting multi-party democracy. The bribery is less here and has excellent human rights record. There is Africa's major region of wilderness in Botswana.
 
Lesotho Information Lesotho Flag
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The country of Lesotho is surrounded by land. The commune of the nation is the Republic of South Africa. The total area of the nation is about 30,000 km2 or 11,583 sq mi. Maseru is capital and biggest city of Lesotho. The synonym for the name Lesotho is "the land of the people who speak Sesotho". The country of Basutoland achieved its freedom from the UK in the year 1966. The name of the nation after the independence was the Kingdom of Lesotho. There are great intensities of HIV, poverty and malnutrition in the Kingdom of Lesotho. It is a Least Developed Country.
 
Malawi Information Malawi Flag
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The nation of Malawi is surrounded by land. It is located in southeast Africa. Earlier this nation was named as Nyasaland. The country has boundaries on the northwest there is Zambia, on the northeast there is Tanzania, and on the east, south and west there is Mozambique. Lake Malawi divides the nation of Malawi from Tanzania and Mozambique. Malawi covers an area of 118,000 km2 or 45,560 sq mi. Lilongwe is the biggest and the capital city of Malawi. The country of Malawi got its name from the ancient local resided Nyanja people called Maravi. "The Warm Heart of Africa" is the nickname of the nation. From 1891 to 1964 British occupied the nation. The country developed as a single-party state after it got freedom. Constructing and escalating the economy, civilizing learning, health concern, ecological guarding, and turning to be money-wise autonomous was hard for the Malawian regime. It is under developed nation. Farming is the main sector for economy. The culture of Malawi is merger of local and majestic features like sports, art, dance and music.
 
Mozambique Information Mozambique Flag
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Formally the nation of Mozambique is called as the Republic of Mozambique. This nation is located in southeast of Africa. Mozambique has boundaries with Indian Ocean on the east, Tanzania on the north, Malawi and Zambia on the northwest, Zimbabwe on the west and Swaziland and South Africa on the southwest. Maputo also called as Lourenco Marques is the capital city of Mozambique. Vasco da Gama in the year 1498 discovered Mozambique. In 1505 the people of Portugal occupied the nation. Mozambique gained freedom in the year 1975. Later it was developed as the People's Republic of Mozambique. From 1977 to 1992 a war shattered the nation. The country has with loaded and wide-ranging natural resources. Agriculture, industry, chemical manufacturing, and aluminium and petroleum production are the major sectors on which economy relies. Tourism is developing rapidly. Portuguese is language used formally in the nation of Mozambique. Christianity is the primarily used religion of the nation. The country of Mozambique is associated with the African Union, Commonwealth of Nations, the Community of Portuguese Language Countries, the Latin Union, Organisation of Islamic Cooperation and Southern African Development Community.
 
Namibia Information Namibia Flag
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Namibia is a nation situated in southern Africa. It is also called as the Republic of Namibia. It shares the boundaries with the nations Angola and Zambia is on the north, Botswana is on east and South Africa is on south and east. The country achieved its freedom on 21 March 1990. Windhoek is the biggest and capital city of the nation. The country of Namibia is a part of the United Nations (UN), the Southern African Development Community (SADC), the African Union (AU), and the Commonwealth of Nations. The nation was in control of German from 1884 till the end of World War I. The union of Nations authorized the nation of Namibia to South Africa, compelling its rules. In 1973 South West Africa People's Organization (SWAPO) was the spokesperson for the people of Namibia. The nation got complete freedom in the year 1990. The two islands Walvis Bay and the Penguin Islands were in power of South Africa till 1994. Namibia has a constant multi-party parliamentary democratic system. The economy is majorly influenced by farming, herding, tourism and the mining industry. The country is second least thickly occupied in the world.
 
South Africa Information South Africa Flag
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The country of South Africa can be sited on the southernmost corner of the continent of Africa. The nations of Namibia, Botswana, Zimbabwe and Mozambique have its boundaries with the country of South Africa. The nation is known for its mixed and different cultures and languages. There are eleven languages used officially in this nation. The people from white minority powered the nation for over 300 years. The country developed as a democratic with a non-racial franchise from the year 1994. The larger portion of people belongs to the Black African descent. There are nine provinces and 367 authoritative districts. The regime comprises of National Departments, Provincial Departments, and Local regime at the district level. Environment is protected in South Africa. The government is liable for the issues of environment.
 
St Helena Information St Helena Flag
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The island of Saint Helena has volcanic origin in the South Atlantic Ocean. Saint Helena is a portion of British foreign region of Saint Helena, Ascension and Tristan da Cunha counting with Ascension Island and the islands of Tristan da Cunha. The total area of the island is around 16 by 8 kilometers or10 by 5 mi. The total number of people residing on the island is 4,255. The island of Saint Helena is one of the most remote islands. It was occupied after the exploration of Portuguese in 1502. Napoleon I and around 5,000 Boer prisoners were exiled in the island of St Helena. It is second ancient colony which even now exists.
 
Swaziland Information Swaziland Flag
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The country of Swaziland is known as the Kingdom of Swaziland or Ngwane or Swatini. This nation is situated in Southern Africa and is surrounded by land. The boundaries to the nation of Swaziland are on the north, south and west there is South Africa and there is Mozambique on the east. The country got its name on the name of king Mswati II of 19th century. It is a tiny nation. The boundary of east comprising Mozambique and South Africa is empowered by the long cliff of the Lebombo Mountains. The weather is moderate in the western region. The larger part of the people in Swaziland belongs to ethnic Swazis group and their main language is siSwati. In the year 1968 the nation of Swaziland got its freedom. This country is a part of the Southern African Development Community, the African Union, and the Commonwealth of Nations. The king directs the state. The term for elections is five years. The service manufacturing, industrialization and farming are the sectors on which the economy relies.
 
Tanzania Information Tanzania Flag
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The nation situated in the East Africa is the United Republic of Tanzania. This nation shares its borders with on the north it has Kenya and Uganda, on the west it has Rwanda, Burundi and the Democratic Republic of the Congo, and on the south it has Zambia, Malawi and Mozambique, on the east it has Indian Ocean. There are 26 regions in the United Republic of Tanzania. The independent region of Zanzibar incorporated with the United Republic of Tanzania. The President directs the state. Dodoma is the formal capital of Tanzania from 1996. Earlier the city of Dar es Salaam was the nation's political capital. But at present in Tanzania Dar es Salaam is known as the main commercial city and the real place of the majority of the regime institutions and also has the chief seaport for the nation and the nations next to it. In 1964 the country got its name Tanzania from the fusion of names of two states Tanganyika and Zanzibar. Later the name was changed to the United Republic of Tanzania.
 
Zambia Information Zambia Flag
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A nation of Southern Africa which is surrounded by land and also known as the Republic of Zambia is Zambia. The nation of Zambia on the north it has the Democratic Republic of the Congo, on the north-east side it has Tanzania, on the east it has Malawi, on the southern side it has Mozambique, Zimbabwe, Botswana and Namibia, and on the west side it has Angola. Lusaka the capital city is positioned in the south-central portion of the nation. For more than thousand years Zambia was occupied by hunter-gatherers. It is a mixed nation. At the end of the nineteenth century the nation of Zambia was turned into British Colony of Northern Rhodesia. The regime of Zambia was operated from London along with the guidance of the British South Africa Company. The nation confirmed its sovereignty from the United Kingdom on 24 October 1964. The country got its name from the Zambezi River which flows in the western area. Lusaka has the headquarters of COMESA. Zambia has one of the rapidly growing economies in the world.
 
Zimbabwe Information Zimbabwe Flag
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Formally the country of Zimbabwe is called as the Republic of Zimbabwe. Earlier it was recognized by Southern Rhodesia or Rhodesia or the Republic of Rhodesia and Zimbabwe Rhodesia. It is surrounded by land on all sides and is situated in the southern part of the African continent, among the rivers Zambezi and Limpopo. The nation has boundaries with in the south it has South Africa, in the southwest it has Botswana, in the northwest it has Zambia and in the east it has Mozambique. English, Shona and Ndebele are the three languages which are used officially. Zimbabwe started as the British coronet settlement of Southern Rhodesia, formed from land of the British South Africa Company. President heads the State.
 

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