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South Africa is located in African continent and it is often called as “Rainbow nation”. South Africa has struggled long against the apartheid system and brought it to an end in 1990’s. South Africa transited into democracy after a long revolution against racial discrimination and elected democratically its first black president Nelson Mandela.
South Africa is one of the biggest and most developed economies compared to other African nations. It is officially called as Republic of South Africa with 3 capital cities Cape Town (Legislative), Pretoria (Administrative and Bloemfontein (Judicial). Major religions are Christianity and Islam.
Since 1994 a successful democracy is continuing out in South Africa with independent judiciary system. Rand is currency of South Africa. Tourism is well established in South Africa and is playing a key role in strengthening the country’s economy. Tourism is an emerging sector with regional people getting the work to earn their livelihood.
South Africa is a playing a key role in eliminating Communicable and Non-communicable diseases in its own region and is conducting research to achieve affective desired results. Remarkable research activities are continuing in the field of immunology and simultaneously results are been published into different immunology journals. Malaria, TB is few diseases which are countered affectively by the African people and different case report’s and research articles are have been published in list of immunology journals south africa. The South African Medical Research Council (SAMRC) has published a large number of reports. A list of immunology journals is covering the research activity. South African immunology journals are disseminating the research work. South Africa has faced the world’s most deadly virus Ebola and large numbers of research articles have been published in immunology journals South Africa.