Women constitute 50.76% of the South African population.
Every year, the United Nations publishes statistics on gender disparities in the world's population, health, families, education, employment, and political decision-making.
Females outnumber males in 128 countries. The sex ratio is higher in 160 countries than it is worldwide.
Kingdom of Eswatini
The Kingdom of Eswatini, formerly Swaziland, is a country in Southern Africa. It is an underdeveloped country with serious health issues. Because to the low life expectancy of 58 years, its population is quite youthful. There are 1,148,130 people living there, with 50.98% of them being female, according to the World Population Review. There are 106.375 females for every 100 males in the population.
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