Where is South Africa on the mainland? And what is the climate in South Africa?

South Africa is located in the south of the African continent. The territory of South Africa is crossed by the Southern Tropic. South Africa lies within the tropical and subtropical climatic zones. In the tropical zone, a tropical continental type of climate (dry and hot weather) has formed, and in the extreme east of South Africa, a tropical marine type of climate (humid and warm weather). In the subtropical zone, the Mediterranean (dry and hot in summer, moisture and rainy weather in winter) and marine type of climate (wet weather) have formed.

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