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How Liquefied Natural Gas Could Change South Africa’s Fortunes

The development of liquefied natural gas (LNG) could help transform the South African economy, spur re-industrialisation, reduce the country’s over-reliance on coal-fired power stations, and contribute to increased regional trade. South Africa has… Continue reading

Save the rhino: How India and South Africa differ in conservation

The two countries’ conservations objectives remain the same, but while South Africa dehorns its rhinos to protect them from poachers, this approach is unlikely to be adopted in India. We sat quietly in… Continue reading

What A Failed Johannesburg Project Tells Us About Mega Cities In Africa

Six years ago a major development was announced in South Africa. Billed as a game changer, it was meant to alter the urban footprint of Johannesburg, Africa’s richest city, forever. The Modderfontein New… Continue reading

South Africa:SAPS bust pair attempting to smuggle R2m of rhino horn to Vietnam

Two suspects will be hauled in front of a judge in Kempton Park, Johannesburg, this week, after SAPS found 10 pieces of rhino horn in their possession. Two rhino horn smugglers were caught… Continue reading

The Lives of Animals by J. M. COETZEE (PDF)

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“LONG WALK TO FREEDOM” The Autobiography of NELSON MANDELA (In PDF)

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Deals, Dollars and Developments On The African Continent

On a breezy Wednesday morning in November in Johannesburg, there is a feverish bustle at the Sandton Convention Centre, one of South Africa’s most prestigious destinations for conferences. Known for regularly hosting world-class… Continue reading

African Eagle Day Tours (Cape Town, South Africa)

Welcome to African Eagle Day Tours, your unique destination for sightseeing tours in Southern Africa. About Us We trust that your main concern is that you or your clients receive great and efficient… Continue reading

Stellenbosch: How one student could solve traffic congestion

Wilko Mohr, a master’s degree student, is set to revolutionise Stellenbosch’s intersections.  The R44 flows through the heart of Stellenbosch, and the intersections are a nightmare on good days. But not if Mohr can… Continue reading