Mpumalanga

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Mpumalanga
Province of South Africa
The Province of Mpumalanga
Motto: Omnia labor vincit (Labour will conquer all)
Map showing the location of Mpumalanga in the eastern part of South Africa
Location of Mpumalanga in South Africa
Country  South Africa
Established 27 April 1994
Capital Mbombela (Nelspruit)
Districts
Ìjọba
 • Type Parliamentary system
 • Premier David Mabuza (ANC)
Ìtóbi[1]
 • Total 79,490 km2 (30,690 sq mi)
Area rank 8th in South Africa
Highest elevation Àsìṣe ìgbékalẹ̀ọ̀rọ̀: àmì-ìṣírò * àìretí m (Àsìṣe ìgbékalẹ̀ọ̀rọ̀: àmì-ìṣírò / àìretí ft)
Agbéìlú (2007)[2]
 • Total 3,643,435
 • Rank 6th in South Africa
 • Density 46/km2 (120/sq mi)
 • Kíkún rank 3rd in South Africa
Population groups[3]
 • Black African 92.0%
 • White 6.8%
 • Coloured 0.8%
 • Indian or Asian 0.4%
Languages[4]
 • Swati 29.4%
 • Zulu 24.1%
 • Tsonga 11.6%
 • Ndebele 10.3%
 • Northern Sotho 10.2%
Time zone SAST (UTC+2)
ISO 3166 code ZA-MP
Website www.mpumalanga.gov.za

Mpumalanga je ikan ninu awon igberiko 9 ni orile-ede Guusu Afrika. Mpumalanga je okan gboogi ilu ti o ni ibi igbafe pupo. Awon ile igbafe ti owa ni be: Odo Blyde Kanyo, Ipase ibere, Ferese olorun, Age gagara ti o wa ni kilomita marun-din-logoji Graskopu ni oju ona Panorama, Ogba Lofedi ti oni orisirisi nkan ogbin ti o le ni egberun meji, Iho gbohun gbohun, Adagun odo kiirisi iru re ti o tobi ju ni gusu Afrika, Oke ikoja, Ile igbafe Gustafu.


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  1. Burger, Delien, ed (2009). "The land and its people". South Africa Yearbook 2008/09. Pretoria: Government Communication & Information System. p. 21. ISBN 978-0-621-38412-3. http://www.gcis.gov.za/resource_centre/sa_info/yearbook/2009/chapter1.pdf. Retrieved 23 September 2009. 
  2. "Community Survey 2007: Basic results" (PDF). Statistics South Africa. p. 2. Retrieved 23 September 2009. 
  3. "Statistical release P0301: Community Survey, 2007 (Revised version)" (PDF). Statistics South Africa. p. 25. Retrieved 7 October 2009. 
  4. "Table: Census 2001 by province, language, population group and gender.". Census 2001 Interactive Tables. Statistics South Africa. Retrieved 28 January 2010.