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Statistics

South Africa

Following is a statistical profile of the country of South Africa, which includes a list of the temples, missions, stakes, and districts headquartered there.


Profile of South Africa

Number of Temples 2 Temples
Number of Missions 4 Missions
Number of Units 16 Stakes, 8 Districts
Number of Congregations 106 Wards, 76 Branches


Temples of South Africa

Temple Dedicated
Durban South Africa Temple Under Construction
Johannesburg South Africa Temple August 24, 1985


Missions of South Africa

Mission Organized
Botswana/Namibia Mission July 1, 2013
South Africa Cape Town Mission July 1, 1984
South Africa Durban Mission July 1, 1988
South Africa Johannesburg Mission April 19, 1853


Stakes and Districts of South Africa

Unit Organized
Bedfordview South Africa Stake February 15, 1998
Bellville South Africa Stake March 2, 2014
Benoni South Africa Stake November 29, 1987
Bloemfontein South Africa Stake June 28, 2009
Cape Town South Africa Stake May 6, 1984
Centurion South Africa Stake March 13, 2011
Durban South Africa Stake November 29, 1981
East London South Africa Stake February 17, 2002
George South Africa District June 12, 2016
Hillcrest South Africa Stake May 16, 1999
Johannesburg South Africa Stake March 22, 1970
Ladysmith South Africa District July 30, 2017
Mabopane South Africa Stake June 28, 2015
Mdantsane South Africa Stake July 9, 2017
Newcastle South Africa District February 24, 2008
Phuthaditjhaba South Africa District August 13, 2017
Polokwane South Africa District July 2, 2017
Port Elizabeth South Africa Stake June 12, 2005
Pretoria South Africa Stake October 22, 1978
Richards Bay South Africa District December 16, 2007
Roodepoort South Africa Stake May 7, 1995
Soweto South Africa Stake March 14, 1999
Tzaneen South Africa District November 29, 2009
Vaal South Africa District November 22, 2015
"We continue to build temples. We desire that as many members as possible have an opportunity to attend the temple without having to travel inordinate distances."
—Thomas S. Monson

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