position in the continent.
SOUTH AFRICA is equal valid as CENTRAL AFRICAN REPUBLIC. Both are refering to geographical locations in the continent.
P.S. Dont mind me... bordering countries...
The question is: "Its name describes its geographical position on the continent." CAR works (as it is in the center of the continent), but SA also works (as it is at the very south of the continent).
The responses, when asked why SA doesn't work, are: "South African borders neither Chad nor the DRC whereas the CAR does"... or simply "no." These are not sufficient explanations.
Does anyone have an adequate explanation?