|Letter from Robert Morrell to Peter Brown|
|South African Digest Week Ended June 1, 1979|
|South African Digest - Week ended - June 8, 1979|
|This is South Africa||
While still a developing country by UN definition South Africa is the most highly developed country by far on the African continent.
|Heritage Tourism Potential in the Ugu Region: A Project||
The purpose of this investigation is to identify the tourism potential of the Ugu Region in terms of historical and cultural sites as well as natural resources, in order to establish a sustainable tourism package that will benefit the people living in the area.
|History of KZN Natal Zulus - Traditional Zulu File||
Compared to the northern parts of KwaZulu-Natal with their battlefields and nature reserves and the enhancement of the Midlands, the southern area of the province has not developed as far as tourism is concerned. There are, however, areas that could be ear-marked for tourism development.
|Executive Summary, Vol 1, No 6, February 1995||
AB the time for delivery, rather than goal setting, for the RDP approaches, so the problems of both a technical and a financial nature loom ever closer. The economy is, all things considered, in better shape, even if sectors of business remain sceptical of all aspects of the RDP.
|Swimming pool - Bombay||
Swimming pool in Bombay
|Letter from Rhonda to Phyllis Naidoo||
Ntzizi, a SA refugee here, just told me Chris was deported.
|Newspaper article: Jacob Zuma, one of KwaZulu Natal's most prominent sons, is fast emerging as the faourite for the position of ANC deputy president||
While the controversy over nominations for the ANC deputy presidency rages on and South Africans ponder whether Jacob Zuma, the party leadership's favorite, will indeed become the ANC's next deputy president, Mr Zuma himself hardly appears to be hardly enjoying his share of the excitement.
|Malawi will make independence work||
Nyasaland became Malawi on 6 July 1964. On that day Dr Banda put into operation the revised Five Year plan based on that of the late Dunduza K Chisiza.
|Labadi: a Ghanian subculture||
Labadi was formerly well-known as one of the important Ga towns which lie along the coast of what is now Ghana.
|Hey Babe, Take a Walk on the Wild Side|
|Indian Opinion Vol.58 No.18 May 1959|
|Tackling poverty and creating wealth: How the IFP views the economic priorities|