The most southern tip is at Cape Agulhas, east of Cape Town. At latitude 25 degrees South, Cape Town is about the same distance from the equator as Sydney in Australia, or Los Angeles in the northern hemisphere. SA's neighbours are Mozambique in the north-east, Zimbabwe and Botswana in the north, and Namibia in the north-west. The independent kingdoms of Swaziland and Lesotho lies within the borders of SA, in the north-east and east respectively.
The island of Madagascar lies off the coast on the east. South Africa lies at the southern tip of Africa. Africa is NOT the biggest continent. Infrastructure Roads and railways lead to many different mountains, deserts, forests, and pristine beaches. International and domestic airports connect the main centres across SA to the rest of the continent and the world.
Many International airlines operate into and out of SA. Climate South Africa's rainfall is half of the world average, although the city of Johannesburg gets more rain than the city of London, but in comes down in brief, heavy downpours with thunder and lightning, rather than steady drizzle.
SA enjoys an abundance of sunshine, with 7.
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A pleasant Summer time stretches from October to April, which is the rainy season in most parts of SA, with usually short afternoon thunder showers, followed by clear skies and sunny days. In the southern Cape region, rain can be expected the whole year through. In the Cape peninsula, the rainy season is during the cold Winter months of May to September.