does not celebrate . That is an American holiday.
... its still celebrated on the same day... and christmas is in the winter in america... so its winter in south africa too ... lol
Brazil dos not have a thanksgiving holiday, so it is not largely celebrated.
ThanksgivinG is celebrated by eating turkey And fatty foods so i call it :D
Thanksgiving is in November, so the fall/autumn.
There is no Dutch translation for the word Thanksgiving, because it's not celebrated in the Netherlands. So you just say 'Thanksgiving'.
they celebrated the first thanksgiving
Thanksgiving is a holiday celebrated in several countries, including the United States. In USA Thanksgiving is celebrated on the fourth Thursday in November, so the date in France would be the same. The French people, however, do not celebrate an official 'Thanksgiving'.
South Africa is a country in southern Africa. So the largest country in South Africa is - South Africa.
South Africa is a country so I would say South Africa has the highest Christian population in South Africa.
The name is very clear. In the south of Africa, lies a country. There are no other countries in Africa more south than it. So its called South Africa. There is also West Africa, North Africa, East Africa and Central Africa. Those are regions, not countries. The region in the south is called Southern Africa, to avoid confusion with the country.
South Africa IS a country. South Africa uses coal powered electricity stations so our electricity comes from coal
because south Africa has so many of them :)
South Africa is a country in the continent of Africa, so the distance is zero of whatever measurement you choose.
No, it is celebrated in other countries such as Canada.The basis to Thanksgiving in America are unrelated to the other Thanksgiving holidays. The reason it is unrelated is because Thanksgiving was to celebrate the co mingling and help the native Americans gave to the Pilgrims. By showing them how to make a crop live long enough to be fruit full. So in Essenes thanksgiving is only an American holiday.
Lesotho is located in South Africa, so the bottom of Africa. It is entirely surrounded by the Republic of South Africa.
Yes, South Africa was colonised by British, so i guess they occupied South Africa.
nelson Madela is famous in South Africa
a large diamond industry is what keeps south africa afloat
many people died on that day so they celebrated thanks for there lives
UMM i think the first thanksgiving was like for a week so it might have been on the 29 :) hope this helps!
If by SA you mean South America, then Africa is bigger. If by SA you mean South Africa, then South Africa is in Africa, being one of over 50 countries in Africa, so obviously Africa is much bigger.
Meerkats original come from south Africa, so meerkat means meerkat in south Africa
North Africa is in the Northern Hemisphere and South Africa in the Southern Hemisphere, so if it is winter in South Africa it will be summer in Northern Africa.
Only America and Canada celebrate thanksgiving as it is a holiday were they celebrate the day that they Pilgrims came to America and celebrated by having a feast with some Native Americans. So only America and Canada celebrate thanksgiving.
south africa is a democratic state,therefore democracy drives capitalism so south africa is a capitalist state which allows free trade