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Sabie River, an excremental river

Michele du Plessis The once pristine Sabie River had the reputation of being the cleanest river flowing towards the Indian Ocean, free from pollution. Now that same river is contaminated by sewage from overflows, leakages and the discharge of untreated / partially treated sewage. This microbial pollution is a human health risk, especially to rural […]

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The Revolution of Whisky Enjoyment: Say Hello to the Johnnie Cocktail

News Desk “Johnnie Walker introduces the new way of enjoying whisky” Legendary whisky brand, Johnnie Walker leads the whisky drinks revolution with the introduction of a variety of Johnnie Walker cocktails. This festive season, Johnnie Walker will spearhead celebrations around South Africa, introducing a new way to enjoy the world’s most iconic Scotch whisky to […]

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Tsetse Belt, Moholoholo

Nick Grabe There were two major stumbling blocks in the earlier years that hindered proper development in this part of Mpumalanga. Those were Tsetse Fly disease, sleeping sickness, Ngana and mosquito-borne Malaria. The Tsetse Belt at the time of 1850-1890 came all the way down from Zimbabwe on the east of the Lebombo mountains and […]