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Africa, Google Street View can be seen in parts of Botswana, [1 ] South Africa, Swaziland, Lesotho, and the Canary Islands of Spain.
Background [ edit ]
On September 1, 2009, Google announced that it started collecting images in South Africa for Google Maps Street View. Google is currently driving around South Africa in Toyota Prius, taking photographs of locations in the cities of
Johannesburg, Pretoria, Cape Town, Port Elizabeth, Durban and East London. Google Trikes are also being used for the first time to map popular tourist destinations, such as the scenic Chapman's Peak Drive and Table Mountain in Cape Town, Soccer City in Johannesburg, and the new Moses Mabhida Stadium in Durban. Images of South Africa were made available on Google Street View on June 8, 2010.
On December 8, 2010, more locations in South Africa were added. These were mostly rural and main roads, as well as a much larger coverage of the
Limpopo province. After the update, the borders of South Africa's neighboring countries could be reached.
Introductions by date [ edit ]
Tuesday, June 8, 2010
South Africa: Johannesburg, Soweto, Roodepoort, Krugersdorp, Randfontein, Kempton Park, Benoni, Vosloorus, Katlehong, Centurion, Pretoria, Bronkhorstspruit, Midrand, Middelburg, Vanderbijlpark, Sasolburg, Heidelberg, Kroonstad, Welkom, Kimberley, Pietermaritzburg, Mbombela, Ermelo, Pinetown, Kingsburgh, Mdantsane, King William's Town, Port Alfred, Grahamstown, Cape Town, Kuils River, Mitchells Plain, Fish Hoek, Somerset West, Durbanville, Kraaifontein, Stellenbosch, Melkbosstrand, Kleinmond, Durban, Port Elizabeth, East London, Bloemfontein, Polokwane, Nelspruit, Rustenburg, Johannesburg Zoo, Apartheid Museum, Boulders Beach, Company's Gardens, Kirstenbosch National Botanical Garden, Walter Sisulu National Botanical Garden, World Cup 2010 Venues
Wednesday, December 8, 2010
More locations in South Africa
Wednesday, June 29, 2011
More locations in South Africa
Tuesday, November 27, 2012
Botswana: Gaborone, Francistown, Maun, Molepolole, Kasane, Serowe, Lobatse, Tlokweng, Ramotswa, Kanye, Selebi-Phikwe, Mahalapye, Bobonong, Thamaga, Letlhakane, Palapye
Tuesday, March 18, 2013
Tanzania: Uhuru Peak, Lava Tower, Moir hut, Arrow Glacier camp, Lemosho-clearings, Shira Camp
Tuesday, April 23, 2013
Lesotho: Maseru, Roma, Mafeteng, Mohale's Hoek and other locations in Lesotho
Friday, September 20, 2013
Swaziland: Mbabane, Manzini, Mhlume, Big Bend and other locations in Swaziland
Areas included [ edit ]
Western half of the country:
Maseru and major roads.
[2 ] Some coverage
[3 ] Very limited coverage
Johannesburg, Dainfern, Pretoria, Benoni, Germiston, Krugersdorp, Kempton Park, Nigel, Springs, Centurion, Bronkhorstspruit, Carletonville, Westonaria, Hillshaven, Lenasia, Heidelberg, Roodepoort, Vereeniging, Vanderbijlpark, Laudium
Chartwell, Soweto, Vosloorus
Drie Ziek, Kagiso, Katlehong, Hammanskraal
Witbank, Middelburg, Nelspruit, Ermelo
Amersfoort, Secunda, Bethal, Badplaas, Balfour, Lydenburg, Malelane, Hectorspruit, Komatipoort, Machadodorp, Waterval-Boven, Hendrina, Barberton, Standerton, Volksrust
Vaalwater, Louis Trichardt, Musina, Thabazimbi, Thoyohandou, Tzaneen, Haenertsburg, Northam, Mookgopong, Modimolle, Bela-Bela, Roedtan, Settlers,
Bloemfontein, Welkom, Kroonstad, Sasolburg, Clarens, Vaalpark, Riebeekstad
Koppies, Viljoenskroon, Bultfontein, Dealesville, Deneysville, Oranjeville, Villiers, Memel, Harrismith, Kestell, Bethlehem, Paul Roux, Senekal, Virginia, Hennenman, Ventersburg, Wesselbron, Odendaalsrus, Smithfield
Rustenburg, Brits, Mooinooi
Klerksdorp, Orkney, Stilfontein
Potchefstroom, Mafikeng, Bloemhof, Christiana, Stilfontein, Ventersdorp, Derby, Wolmaranstad, Modderspruit, Phokeng, Swartruggens, Zeerust, ' Ottoshoop, Geysdorp, Delareyville, Sannieshof, Coligny
Durban, Newcastle, Pietermartizburg, Ladysmith, Vryheid, Chatsworth, Berea, Richard's Bay
Dundee, Paulpietersburg, Mooi River, Mpumalanga
Glencoe, Bergville, Winterton, Estcourt, Umlazi, KwaDukuza, Empangeni, Louwsburg
Cape Town, Mitchell's Plain, Blue Downs, Heidelberg, Simon's Town, Knysna, Plettenberg Bay, Strand, Grabouw, Stellenbosch, Nature's Valley, Somerset-West, Worcester
Khayalitsha, Dennekruin, Paarl, Sedgefield,
Laingsburg, Prince Albert Road, Beaufort West, Hermanus, George, Kwanokuthula
Douglas, Prieska, Strydenburg, Hopetown, Colesberg
Port Elizabeth, East London, Grahamstown, Queenstown, Stutterheim, Aliwal North, Mdantsane, King William's Town, Bhisho, Middelburg, Cradock, Adelaide, Fort Beaufort, Alice, Lady Grey, Middeldrift
Elliot, Ugie, KwaNonzame, Midros, Rosmead, Lingelihle, Michausdal, Bedford, Mpolweni
Canary Islands do geographically belong to Africa according to geographical definitions.
Most towns, cities, villages, major and rural roads are covered.
Most cities and roads.
^ "Street View comes to beautiful Botswana". google-africa.blogspot.com . Retrieved February 6, 2012.
^ a b Settlement has most or all roads mapped
^ a b Settlement has many roads covered, but some areas still missing
^ a b Settlement has only a few roads mapped, for example only the main street