‘Aerial view of Port Elizabeth harbour, Eastern Cape province, So’

A plane passenger’s view of Port Elizabeth harbour on the western curve of Algoa Bay in South Africa’s Eastern Cape province. The port was established in 1825, five years after the first wave of British settlers into the Eastern Cape region in 1820. Today South African exports from the port include farming produce, manganese ore mined in the Northern Cape, and vehicles produced by the Eastern Cape’s large automotive manufacturing industry. Port Elizabeth also handles overflow sea traffic from the larger ports at Durban and Cape Town. (I Went Left, CC BY-NC 2.0)