Over the last two decades, the South African landscape has changed as much as its people and society has with the rapid development of the country’s infrastructure.
All over the country new highways, stadiums and properties have been developed to help accommodate the ever growing population.
With the help of Google Earth, we are able to see a snapshot of areas dating back to 2000 and compare them to how they look in 2014.
Take a step back in time to see how different areas of South Africa have grown during democracy.
Green Point, Cape Town
FNB Stadium, Nasrec
Durban Deep, Johannesburg
Qunu, Eastern Cape
Sasolburg, Free State