Limpopo

Limpopo

Limpopo is a province in the Republic of South Africa’s northernmost region. Polokwane is the region’s capital. With the fall of apartheid in 1994, the province of Limpopo was formed from the north of the Transvaal Province.

Northern Transvaal was the name given to it when it was first established. It was known as the Northern Province from the next year until July 11, 2003. When this occurred, the province’s name was changed to “Limpopo.”

The province’s most important river was given the name Limpopo. According to 2018 estimates, the province covers 125,754 square kilometres and has a population of 5,797,300 people.

The bushveld is beef cattle country, where extensive ranching operations are often supplemented by controlled hunting. About 80% of South Africa’s game hunting industry is found in Limpopo.

Sunflowers, cotton, maize and peanuts are cultivated in the Bela-Bela and Modimolle areas. Modimolle is also known for its table grapes. There is an embryotic wine industry growing in Limpopo. Tropical fruit, such as bananas, litchis, pineapples, mangoes and pawpaws, as well as a variety of nuts, are grown in the Tzaneen and Louis Trichardt areas. Tzaneen is also at the centre of extensive citrus, tea and coffee plantations, and a major forestry industry. Most of the farmers and households suffer from water supply, therefore they drill their boreholes in their premises.

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