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Glamping organisers aim to popularize South Africa’s tourism attractions JOHANNESBURG – Glamping is a travel trend beginning to take root in Africa. A start up initiative is taking the concept of luxury camping to another level by organizing nomadic retreats around South Africa. This is also buoyed by an increase in local travelling in the...
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Global South Africans Newsletter November 2019 Introduction I often say that news comes in three forms: An Event A Cycle A Trend The intention of our monthly newsletter is to focus on cycles and trends. It is highly likely that the reader will have learnt about all the major events of the past month through...
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 In a well-researched article David Buckham writes “While there is anecdotal evidence that white, skilled people are emigrating, there is no data to support the idea that the rate of emigration is accelerating from the level it has been at for more than 15 years, or that the white population is shrinking as a result...
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O.R. Tambo international Airport by the numbers – global positioning 5 continents serviced 38 international airlines – 9 regional airlines – 8 domestic airlines 22 million passengers 220 000 aircraft movements 400 000 cargo tonnes – 16 Freighters 15 000 car parking bays Ranked a Top 30 airport 70th busiest globally O.R. Tambo International Airport, the biggest and...
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By Jonathan Jansen Why does South Africa not fall off the precipice? Economists are clear that if this economy does not grow soon, the prospects of new jobs are dismal and rising unemployment will be our fate. Educationists are clear that if the decline in education qualify and the high drop-out rates continue, schools and...
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Steuart has done some 500 talks on South Africa's progress since 1994 and SA's prospects for the future'