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What are the Lives of the People in Mali Ethiopia and South Africa like Introduction- Mali Ethiopia and South Africa are three countries on the continent of Africa Location-wise they are about as far away from each other as they could possibly be and still be in Africa However they share many similarities in climate physical land forms culture and quality of life of their citizens The South African citizen shows the highest life quality with the best chances of advancement While many of those in Mali and Ethiopia are facing a poverty stricken life style as a hard working farmer for the foreseeable future A Physical environment landforms- Mali South Africa and Ethiopia are all located in different parts of Africa containing a varying array of landforms Below is a map of Africa with Ethiopia in light green Mali in yellow and South Africa is in dark green Mali is located in the western region of Africa Ethiopia in the east and South Africa is in the south The three countries are each slightly less than twice the size of Texas Both Mali and Ethiopia are landlocked while South Africa has about 2798 kilometers of coastline This coastline provides South Africa with a continental shelf 200 meters deep an exclusive economic zone 200nm and a territorial sea 12nm Ethiopias terrain includes a high plateau with a central mountain range divided by the Great Rift Valley Malis terrain is mostly flat with some rolling plains in the North covered by sand There is also savanna in the south and rugged hills in the northeast South Africa terrain has a vast interior plateau rimmed by rugged hills and a narrow coastal plain Ethiopia has the lowest point of elevation of the three countries which is Denakil at 125 meters below sea level South Africas lowest point is the Atlantic Ocean 0 meters Malis lowest point is at the Senegal
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