¶ OUTLINE OF SOUTH AFRICA
LOCAL LANGUAGE ENGLISH,AFRIKAANS,BANTU GROUP etc. 
LOCAL NOTATION Where is the toilet?
PRONUNCIATION " Where is the toilet? "
ABOUT LANGUAGE AND EXPRESSION The official languages of the South Africa are English, Afrikaans, Bantu Group(Zulu, Sotho etc.) total 11 languages. We introduce a sample of English. 
OUTLINE OF TOILET CULTURE Most of toilets are sitting style(western style). Don't mind.  

INFORMATION ABOUT TOILET / INFORMATION ABOUT URINAL

¶ INFORMATION ABOUT TOILET
  ID:ZA100001 YEAR: 2005 PLACE: Johannnesburg
(Johannnesburg International Airport) 
ZA100001
SHAPE: SITTING STYLE
HOW TO CLEAN UP: BY PAPER
HOW IT DISAPPEARS: FLUSH BY WATER
DIRECTION TO FACE: TO THE ENTRANCE
DOOR: 100%
PARTITION: 100%
   
REPORTER'S COMMENTS:
No comments in English. (matsumoto reported)
WEBMASTER'S COMMENTS:
Thank you for posting the first information of the South Africa.
This is very simple and standard Western style.


  ID:ZA100002 YEAR: 2005 PLACE: Johannesburg
(Johannesburg International Airport) 
ZA100002
SHAPE: SQUATTING STYLE
HOW TO CLEAN UP: OTHER
HOW IT DISAPPEARS: FLUSH BY WATER
DIRECTION TO FACE: TO THE ENTRANCE
DOOR: 100%
PARTITION: 100%
   
REPORTER'S COMMENTS:
No comments in English. (matsumoto reported)
WEBMASTER'S COMMENTS:
We can find this squatting style toilet, "Turkish style" sometimes in the European countries. The most of all toilets are a sitting style and this squatting type is minority. A toilet culture in the South Africa seems to be under the strong influence of the Europe.




¶ INFORMATION ABOUT URINAL
  ID:ZA200003 YEAR: 2005 PLACE: Johannesburg
(Johannesburg International Airport) 
ZA200003
EXISTENCE OF URINAL: YES
SHAPE: WALL HUNG MODEL(BOX)
   
   
   
   
   
REPORTER'S COMMENTS:
No comments in English. (matsumoto reported)
WEBMASTER'S COMMENTS:
Thank you for posting the first urinal in the South Africa.
Usually there is water in urinals like toilets.
But the water is yellow because many people do not seem to flush.