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Mpumalanga Province of South Africa
Mpumalanga lies in the east of South Africa, north of KwaZulu-Natal and bordering Swaziland and Mozambique and there is plenty of investment opportunity for property in Mpumalanga. The province of Mpumalanga is home to many world-renowned tourist attractions, including the famous Kruger National Park which is one of the top tourist destinations in the world and ensures a constant flow of international tourists to the province. Other places of interest in Mpumalanga are God's Window, Bourkes' Luck Potholes, Mac-Mac Waterfalls, historical Pilgrims' Rest, Blyde River Canyons and Dullstroom with its rainbow trout.
Private Sale offers property in Nelspruit, the capital of Mpumalanga. Nelspruit has an annual growth rate of 8% and is proudly emerging as one of South Africa's fast growing cities, the municipal area comprising of a population of 500 000. The Gross Geographic Product of Nelspruit has outperformed the rest of South Africa on an annual basis since 1995 and Nelspruit is indeed "the economic powerhouse of the province"
The province's second most important town for property is Witbank, a coal-mining centre. The town of Secunda is the site of one of the country's two petroleum-from-coal refineries (the other being Sasolburg in the Free State). The Mpumalanga town of Ermelo is a major wool centre.
Other towns in Mpumalanga important for property are White River and Sabie with their forestry industry, Hazyview with its banana production, supplying 20% of the national product, Ngodwana boasting one of the largest paper mills in the southern hemisphere and picturesque Kaapsche Hoop with its fresh mountain air, wild horses and historical buildings which, in itself, is becoming a tourist attraction. At Secunda , Kriel and Standerton the well know Sasol is supplying the south eastern side of Mpumalanga with economic growth and stability.
The tropical climate turns Mpumalanga into an all-year-round paradise of beautiful flora, waterfalls, colorful birds and lush tropical. The climatic contrasts between the drier Highveld region, with its cold winters, and the hot, humid Lowveld allows for a variety of agricultural activities. Crops include maize, wheat, sugar, citrus, vegetables, subtropical fruit, oil seeds, tobacco and cotton. Forestry, especially around Sabie in the far north of the province, is extensive.
Although mainly grassland the Mpumalanga province of South Africa is also blessed with the spectacular northern Drakensberg Escarpment to the north-east, and includes a subtropical Lowveld/Bushveld area to the east of that. Along this eastern border is the southern half of the world-famous Kruger National Park. Many game lodges and reserves attract tourists from all over the country and the world.