Answer: From Agulhas, which is the most southern tip of Africa, it is 2000 km to Musina by road, and 1700 km as the crow flies. Musina is about 15km from the border with Zimbabwe, the northern neighbor.
Answer: South African AirwaysEmail Address:Customercare@flysaa.com Or give us a call: Tel: +27 11 978 2888 Fax: +27 11 978 1386 Office Hours: Mon - Fri: 08:00 - 16:30 Closed weekends & Public Holidaysuse these contact numbers they will put you through to the right person.
Answer: That depends on what country in "West Africa" you are talkingabout. South Africa is a country, whereas West Africa could bedefined as anything on the western coast of the continent. However,as an example, the distance between Cape Town in South Africa andFreetown, Sierra Leone, in West Africa is 3,594 miles.
Answer: As of today, July 2009, no air cars are on the market yet. There is however a French company, MDI, that has its prototypes, after 15 years of research and development, ready for final tests at the Air France air line facilities this summer.Their first model, the Airpod, is expected to be massproduced from end of 2009 on, in France and Andorra and in 2010 in Switzerland and probably elsewhere also. Zero Pollution Motors ltd intends to build and sell MDI compressed air cars in the USA from 2010 on. Up to now, more than 50 licenses for local MDI plants have been sold all over the world, as is the case in South Africa.Tata Motors of India has bought early 2007 the rights to use the MDI engine for whatever purpose it chooses (in cars, as power generator etc...), but only in India. It intends to market a version of its Tata Nano with a compressed air engine, but has not put forward a date.Meanwhile, Tata Motors continues improving the air engine in cooperation with MDI engineers on a regular basis.You can find all information, models, pictures, videos, links and the latest news on http://www.aircars.tk
How to move pets from London to South Africa?
just like you would to any place. cage, then into luggage area.
Answer: Well, there is more than one London, and South Africa is a pretty big place.
Assuming that you meant London, England, to Cape Town, South Africa, as the crow flies, it is:
5979 miles (9623 km) (5196 nautical miles).
From London, England to Johannesburg, South Africa, as the crow flies, it is:
5609 miles (9027 km) (4874 nautical miles)
Answer: The total distance from London to Johannesburg is 5,617 miles. The equivalent amount in kilometers is 9,039, and the equivalent in nautical miles in 4,881. For more information on finding out the distance between various destinations, see the Related Link.