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An arrow is shot straight up at an initial velocity of 250 ms How long will it take to hit the ground

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Q: What is the biggest stadium in South Africa?
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Is soccer city the biggest stadium in South- Africa?

yes


Capacity for people in south Africa football stadium?

The main stadium, called Soccer City, can seat 95 thousand people. It is the biggest world cup stadium ever.


What is the biggest city is South Africa?

Johannesburg is the biggest city in South Africa and the second biggest in Africa


What is the biggest port in South Africa?

Durban is the biggest port in South Africa.


What is the stadium that will host the final world cup match in South Africa?

Soccer City Stadium, Johannesburg, South Africa


Which is the biggest stadium in east Africa?

East Africa comprises of Tanzania, Kenya, Uganda, Burundi and Rwanda. The biggest stadium in Eastern Africa is Benjamin Mkapa National Stadium in Dar es salaam, Tanzania tying with Moi International Sports Centre in Nairobi, Kenya with the capacities of 60,000 and are the 11th in the African Stadiums ranking followed by Mandela National Stadium in Kampala, Uganda with a capacity of 40,202. I'm not very sure with Rwanda and Burundi. But the biggest stadium in Africa is FNB Stadium (Soccer City) in Johannesburg, South Africa with a capacity of 94,700. I hope that answers your question. Janet Lambert from Tanzania. :)


What is South Africa's biggest mall?

The Sandton Shopping Complex is the biggest shopping complex in both South Africa and Africa.


What is the Biggest bass caught in South Africa?

The biggest bass caught in south Africa was 16.4 pounds


What is smaller Africa Asia or South America?

the biggest is Asia the second biggest is Africa and the smallest is south America.


When was The Biggest Loser South Africa created?

The Biggest Loser South Africa was created on 2008-01-07.


When did The Biggest Loser South Africa end?

The Biggest Loser South Africa ended on 2008-04-14.


Where is Wanderers Stadium in South Africa?

It is just south of Johannesburg.


Which is the most developing nation in Africa?

South Africa has the 22nd biggest economy in the world, and the biggest in Africa. Therefore SA is the most developing nation in Africa. south Africa is the answer to this question.


Biggest economy in Africa?

The biggest economy in Africa is undoubtly the Republic of South Africa (South Africa) The South African GDP was $467.6 billion in the year 2007 and the global rank of South Africa was 27th. Egypt's GDP in 2007 was $431.9 billion and Egypt's global rank was 29. Egypt got the second biggest economy in Africa.


What country is the Bloemfontein stadium in?

South Africa


What is the biggest university in South Africa?

UNISA - University of South Africa in Pretoria.


What is the capacity of Odi Stadium?

The capacity of Odi Stadium at Mabopane in South Africa is 60,000.


The largest soccer stadium in Africa?

Soccer city in South Africa man


What is the largest country in South Africa?

South Africa is a Country!!! The Northern Cape is the biggest province in South Africa


What is the biggest church in South Africa?

The biggest Church in South Africa is Christian Revival Church Bloemfontein with over 32 000 members


What is the oldest soccer stadium in the world?

South Africa


What is the most beautiful stadium?

the mostbeautiful stadium is in cape town south Africa (soccer is awesome)


What is the population of the biggest city in South Africa?

Johannesburg is the largest in South Africa - population 1,009,035


What airline is the biggest for South Africa?

South African Airways.


What is the highest rugby stadium in the world?

Coca-Cola (Ellis Park) stadium in Johannesburg, South Africa