Social View The current population of South Africa is said to be around 53 million people as of Jan, 201 5 with different kind of ethnicity living in the country from native South Africans to white, clouded, Indian/Asian and so on with the official language spoken n the country to be English while Swahili is common among the locals.
There are 9 provinces and has a recognized education level in terms of general education and training, spending on education in the country remains a priority with the finance minister allocating more than RARE billions for pupils to get the right education and become literates in further and higher education . In terms of religion, the country has varieties of religious believe but the most common once are the Christianity and Islam. But there is a famous worry in the country and this is the rate at which HIVE/
AIDS is increasing in the country which might be one major negative effect that would be considered for this project. As of 2012, the % rate of HIVE was said to be around with about 5. 6 people affected with the deadly disease. Technological view There is a vast increase in the rate at which technology is growing in the country; Number of computer literate people Number of people with access to computer Infrastructure; electricity, internet connections, Access to social media and so on. By Loyola Individualism: South Africa is an individual society.
This means that individual are meant to take care of themselves and their family alone rather than belonging in group of people who look after each other in exchange for loyalty. Masculinity: South Africa is a masculine country where people live in order to work, managers are expected to be decisive and assertive, the emphasis are on equity, competition and performance and conflicts are resolved by fighting them out. Uncertainty avoidance: South Africa has a low preference for avoiding uncertainty, where people believe here should be no more rules than are necessary and if they are ambiguous or do not work they should be changed/abandoned.
Long term orientation: South Africa is a culture with more normative than pragmatic, people in such society have a strong concern with establishing the truth; they are normative in their thinking. Indulgence: South Africa has a pretty high culture of indulgence, people in the society generally exhibit a willingness to realizes their impulses and desire to enjoying life and having fun. They possess positive attitude and have a tendency towards optimism.