I wrote before about how South Africa is known as the Rainbow Nation.  This is due to its incredible diversity.  The geography, flora, fauna, cuisine and cultures are exceptionally varied. According to Statistics South Africa‘s (Stats SA) Census 2011 results, released in October 2012, there are 51,8 million people living in South Africa, of whom 79,2% is African, 8,9% coloured, 2,5% Indian and 8,9% white. The male-female split is quite equal with approximately 51,3% of the population being female.  Twenty nine percent (29%) of the population is aged younger than 15 years and approximately 5% is 60 years or older. The South African population consists of many different tribes and races.   The Nguni (comprising the Zulu, Xhosa, Ndebele and Swazi people) are a people who migrated…