Checked content

File:South Africa 2011 population density map.svg


English: Population density map of South Africa, based on the 2011 census using ward-level data.
   <1 inhabitant/km²
   1–3 inhabitants/km²
   3–10 inhabitants/km²
   10–30 inhabitants/km²
   30–100 inhabitants/km²
   100–300 inhabitants/km²
   300–1000 inhabitants/km²
   1000–3000 inhabitants/km²
   >3000 inhabitants/km²
Projection is Albers Equal-Area Conic, with standard parallels at 25.5° S and 31.5° S, and origin at 28.5° S 24.5° E.
Deutsch: Bevölkerungsdichte Südafrikas im Jahr 2011:
   <1 Einwohner/km²
   1–3 Einwohner/km²
   3–10 Einwohner/km²
   10–30 Einwohner/km²
   30–100 Einwohner/km²
   100–300 Einwohner/km²
   300–1000 Einwohner/km²
   1000–3000 Einwohner/km²
   >3000 Einwohner/km²
Date 14 November 2012
Source Statistics South Africa's Census 2011 is the source of the basic population data. The map results from my own processing of the data. For ward boundaries see File:South Africa electoral wards 2011 blank.svg.
Author Htonl


The following license applies to the population data on which the map is based:

The copyright holder of this file allows anyone to use it for any purpose, provided that the user acknowledges Stats SA as the source of the basic data wherever they process, apply, utilise, publish or distribute the data, and also that they specify that the relevant application and analysis (where applicable) result from their own processing of the data.

Use {{ Attribution}} template with proper information about author in {{ Information}} when only attribution required!

CopyrightPlease check that the conditions given above are compliant to the Commons licensing policy. Most importantly, derivative work and commercial use must be allowed.

The following tag applies to the map itself:

Public domain I, the copyright holder of this work, release this work into the public domain. This applies worldwide.
In some countries this may not be legally possible; if so:
I grant anyone the right to use this work for any purpose, without any conditions, unless such conditions are required by law.


Learn more about Schools Wikipedia

SOS Children's Villages aims to make Wikipedia suitable for young learners. SOS Children is a global charity founded in 1949 to give children who have lost everything the childhood they deserve. Have you thought about sponsoring a child?