Limpopo has a population of 0 making it is one of the smallest cities in South Africa.
It operates on the Africa/Johannesburg time zone.
Limpopo is the northernmost province of South Africa. It is named after the Limpopo River, which forms the province's western and northern borders. The capital and largest city in the province is Polokwane.
The province is made up of 3 former homelands of Lebowa, Gazankulu and Venda. Limpopo is made up of 3 main ethnic groups namely; Pedi people, Tsonga and Venda people.
Traditional leaders and chiefs still form a strong backbone of the province's political landscape. Established in terms of the Limpopo House of Traditional Leaders Act, Act 5 of 2005, the Limpopo House of Traditional Leaders' main function is to advise government and the legislature on matters related to custom, tradition an..