Police Commanders appointed for each administrative region from today

first_imgBy Kristen MacklingamSeveral senior officers in the Guyana Police Force (GPF) will be taking up the post as Police Commanders in the 10 administrative regions effective today.As such, the old policing divisions (A-G) have been officially dissolved.Deputy Commissioner of Police (DCP), Paul Williams, who has responsibility for the GPF’s administration, when contacted on Sunday by Guyana Times confirmed the appointments and stated that it was necessary in order to ensure that the GPF executes its duties to the best of its abilities in every region.“Each administrative region will have a Commander and a Divisional Headquarters and that has been one of our strategic alignment which the Force has been looking at for quite some time. Looking in terms of the stand of control and the development of these new housing projects and so on, they are too far-flung for one Commander to really and truly [be] able to control and maybe exercise proper jurisdiction. So that is why we came up with the idea in terms of ensuring that this arrangement is in place,” he told this publication.DCP Williams explained that such a move would also create more opportunities for other police officers to be promoted and, therefore, broaden the scope for elevation in rank while serving the GPF.He stated that the posts which some of these minted Commanders would have held prior to their promotion will be filled, thereby ensuring that other police ranks are promoted.Additionally, the DCP said that with every Commander in a region, there will be the need to have a Deputy Commander functioning so more promotions are in store.The Police Division in Region One (Barima-Waini) will be headed by Senior Superintendent Wendell Blanhum, who was functioning as the Officer-in-Charge of sub-division three in the former F Division (Interior locations).In Region Two (Pomeroon-Supenaam), Acting Commander of the former G Division (Essequibo Coast and Islands), Superintendent Crystal Robinson will hold the commanding post.For Region Three (Essequibo Islands-West Demerara), Commander of the former D Division (West Bank Demerara-East Bank Essequibo), Senior Superintendent Linden Lord will retain his position.Region Four (Demerara-Mahaica), because of its large populace, has been split into three sub-divisions; Georgetown, East Bank Demerara, and East Coast Demerara. Assistant Commissioner and Commander Marlon Chapman, who was in charge of A Division (Georgetown-East Bank Demerara) will remain in control of the capital city.Meanwhile, Head of the GPF’s Police Narcotics Branch, Senior Superintendent Kurleigh Simon will now head the East Bank Demerara corridor.For the East Coast Demerara corridor, Assistant Commissioner Royston Andries-Junor will be in charge.In Region Five (Mahaica-Berbice), Superintendent Yonette Stephens will command that area while in Region Six (East Berbice-Corentyne), Senior Superintendent Calvin Brutus will be the head.Previously, Regions Five and Six comprised the B Division (Berbice) and that was headed by former Commander Paul Langevine, who has now retired from the GPF.Assistant Commissioner Kevin Adonis, who was previously the Commander for the now dissolved F Division (Interior locations) which comprised of Regions One, Seven, Eight and Nine, will be Commander for Region Seven (Cuyuni-Mazaruni).Meanwhile, in Region Eight (Potaro-Siparuni), Superintendent Ramesh Ashram has been placed as the Commander. Prior to this appointment, Ashram was acting Commander of E Division (Linden-Kwakwani) for a short period after Commander Lord was transferred to Head another policing Division.Police ranks in Region Nine (Upper Takutu-Upper Essequibo) will be commanded by Superintendent Keithon King and Region 10 (Upper Demerara-Berbice) is to be headed by Superintendent Courtland Winter, who was, prior to this promotion, the Superintendent of the Court.last_img read more

How many legislators does it take…

first_img 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! IN one masterful stroke, Assemblyman Lloyd Levine, D-Van Nuys, has established himself as the dim bulb of the California Legislature. Levine is pushing legislation that would outlaw standard (incandescent) light bulbs. In their place, he’d force us to buy costly screw-in fluorescents. Levine’s commitment to energy conservation and efficiency is admirable. But his path to a “brighter” future isn’t the way to achieve it. His proposal is ill-conceived and rife with unintended consequences – government gone wild. Don’t get me wrong. Compact fluorescent bulbs confer a number of benefits compared to traditional incandescents. They’re more efficient, so they use less energy. And they last much longer, so their long-term cost of ownership is less than standard bulbs. The fundamental problem, though, is how far are we willing to let government intrude into our living rooms? Levine’s proposal is the embodiment of the oppressive “nanny state.” In this misbegotten model, government knows best and will dictate how we’ll live, like it or not. So, for Levine, the subordination of free choice to his personal vision of “the common good” isn’t a problem, notwithstanding its socialist overtones. But, hey, we’re all for the common good. The problem with Levine’s way of achieving it is that he creates as many problems as he purports to solve. First off, incandescent lights offer a much warmer and pleasing quality of light than do fluorescents, even so-called warm fluorescents. Homes lit with fluorescent lighting have a much colder and more inhospitable quality than those lit by incandescents. The “color rendering index” for fluorescents will always be lower than incandescents. That’s just the way it is. Additionally, you may be interested to learn that, for graphic designers and visual artists, full-spectrum incandescent lighting is a requirement, not a luxury. Full-spectrum incandescents replicate the visual spectrum of sunlight, providing a critical evaluative tool for visual artists. What’s Levine’s answer to them? Well, we could get them a special exemption, perhaps. Can you imagine having to apply to the government to get a waiver to use a special type of light bulb? The way bureaucracies run, it could take years before your application was approved, assuming it would be in the first place. Although after a few years, the agencies supervising light-bulb use could implement a “fast track” process cutting the waiting time to a matter of months. Levine should well know that prohibition, such as he proposes, merely creates thriving secondary or black markets, whether for booze, dope or light bulbs. Accordingly, Californians who prefer incandescent bulbs will merely buy them online from out-of-state suppliers, depriving California of needed sales tax revenue and the circulation of locally spent money in our economy. What’s more, screw-in fluorescents are orders of magnitude more expensive to buy than incandescents, regardless of their lower long-term cost of ownership. What about the economically challenged families in our state who can barely put food on the table, let alone spend $10 for a single bulb? Does Levine propose that they sit in the dark? How’s that in the common good? Also, governments at any level typically have a poor record of picking winners and losers in the marketplace. People are free to buy screw-in fluorescents if they prefer at this very moment. In fact, sales have increased every year since the bulbs’ introduction. So people who value the benefits of compact fluorescents can vote with their wallets, which they’ve done. Levine also fails to consider the unusually wide range of applications for incandescent light bulbs. What about the light bulbs in my refrigerator and clothes dryer, as examples? Am I going to have to fumble around in the dark because it’s economically unfeasible for a manufacturer to replace the myriad special-use incandescents with fluorescents? Who will bother manufacturing the 7-watt incandescent for my bedside lamp, or the special 25-watt chandelier bulbs for my dining room? And, of course, no law has meaning without enforcement. Are the Light Bulb Police going to bust through my front door because I “bootlegged” a light bulb from out of state? Can you imagine trying to administer enforcement of Levine’s law? Well, he obviously hasn’t. I can just see me in an interrogation chamber under the hot lights – wait a minute, they’re cool fluorescents. I’ll never crack! Billy Bauman is a business development and marketing consultant based in Van Nuys.last_img read more

Alwanga brace steers Mathare, Wanga lifts Homeboyz

first_imgIn reverse direction at the Bukhungu Stadium in Kakamega, Alwanga scored a brace as Mathare United came from a goal down to beat KPL debutants Vihiga United 2-1.In Narok, David King’atua announced his return to Bandari in superb fashion hitting the third goal to crown a memorable start for the Coastal side as they beat star-studded Sofapaka 3-0, adding on to Anthony Wambani’s first half brace.In Kakamega, Mathare ensured they start the season well as they look to put behind their backs ghosts of their 2017 relegation struggling fight with a win. Alwanga’s second half goals cancelled out Dennis Wafula’s early opener.Head coach Kimanzi handed debuts to three of his new stars including the experienced Alwanga who sat at the basement of a three man attack while Johnstone Omurwa partnered George Owino in defense while Francis Omondi slotted into midfield.With Wycliffe Kasaya yet to fully recover from a knee injury that has kept him out for the last four months, the returning Robert Mboya started in between the sticks with understudy Job Ochieng slotted in the bench.The slum boys were quicker to settle into the afternoon affair and had the opening few chances of the match which were however not expertly executed.Mathare United’s Cliff Nyakeya vies for the ball against a Vihiga United opponent during a Kenyan Premier League match at the Bukhungu Stadium in Kakamega. PHOTO/CourtesyJohn ‘Mavado’ Mwangi was at the heart of the first two chances, first connecting to a Samuel Olwande cross from the left in the second minute but his touch was pale, going straight to Barnabas Tiema.Two minutes later, he turned provider, this time making space off on the right before dicing a low cross that the onrushing Alwanga could not power past Tiema.But gradually, the hosts playing their first ever top flight match gradually came into the game and began to threaten. Amos Kigadi tested Mboya with a long range effort 12 minutes in but it was an easy catch for the keeper.The hosts had two corners in succession, but none could bear fruit.Ultimately, in the 24th minute, they banged in their first ever Premier League goal. Unmarked inside the area, Wafula found some space after high school defending from Mathare before slotting home.Mathare had an almost immediate response when their top scorer last season Chris Oduor spotted keeper Tiema off his line, but Jonathan Mugubi managed to backtrack well to clear the ball off the line.The Vihiga United squad that started their first ever Kenyan Premier League match on February 4, 2018 at the Bukhungu Stadium. PHOTO/Mathare UnitedTen minutes later, Alwanga had a pale effort from an Omondi corner go wide as Kimanzi’s charges looked to get back into contention before the break.David Owino who has now been molded into left back duties had another chance with a freekick but it sailed over.Vihiga carried to the breather a slim 1-0 advantage and Mathare came back from the half time pep talk a rejuvenated side. Just three minutes back, they were already on level terms.Alwanga found some space inside the box and with his eyes up slapped a low effort which beat Tiema in the Vihiga goal.Mathare kept pushing with Daniel Mwaura thrown into the fray for Mwangi with 20 minutes left, an attack minded change that sought to punch in a winner.On the loop-side, Vihigha should have re-taken the lead but Mathare had keeper Mboya to thank when he reacted brilliantly to parry away a thumping header from Bernard Ochieng who had risen to connect to a Vincent Okullo cross.Three minutes later, Mboya once again produced a super save to deny Daniel masinza who had taken a low shot at the near post.Reading all the red signs, Mathare upped the tempo and they got themselves the much needed second goal in the 79th minute when the evergreen Alwanga glanced in a header from Edward Seda’s cross.With his work done, Alwanga was rested for the bullish Chris Ochieng. Mathare managed to hold on to the slim lead for the final 12 minutes of the match, hauling themselves into the new season with some sense of confidence.0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today) 0Shares0000Mathare United forward Clifford Alwanga celebrates his brace with teammates in a 2-1 win over Vihiga United on February 4, 2018. PHOTO/Mathare UnitedNAIROBI, Kenya, Feb 4- Clifford Alwanga and Allan Wanga both dropped by Tusker FC at the close of the 2016 season showed they still have their touch of gold hitting winners for their new clubs as the second match day of the opening Kenyan Premier League (KPL) weekend played out Sunday.At the Thika Sub-County Stadium, Wanga led by example in his new capacity as the Kakamega Director of Sports, hitting the winner as Kakamega Homeboyz beat Thika United 1-0 to start off their season in style.last_img read more

Judge tells boy racer to buy a rally car if he wants to make noise!

first_imgCOURTS: A man who failed to fit a silencer into his exhaust and who had a bald tyre on his vehicle has been fined at a sitting of Letterkenny District Court. Ciaran Murphy, (21) of 4 Slieve Brac Park, Forkhill, Newry appeared at court in relation to the incident which occurred in June last year. The incident occurred during the Donegal Rally International weekend – and the court heard how Gardaí pulled the defendant over at Bonagee, Letterkenny after noticing the vehicle had a bald tyre.The noise of the car was also extremely loud, and on further inspection Gardaí found that a silencer had been removed from the exhaust of the White Sierra.Solicitor for the defendant, Gareth McGrory told the court that his client accepted that the exhaust was extremely loud – but said the silencer had been removed when his client bought the vehicle.Mr McGrory told the court, “My client is 21 years of age, and he lives with his parents in Newry, he sells electricity for Airtricity and earns around £200 pound per-week.“He was aware that the tyre was borderline, and accepts the noise of the vehicle was extremely loud, but he tells me that he didn’t remove the silencer – and that’s the way the vehicle was when he bought it.”Judge Paul Kelly slammed the defendant and asked him, ‘What was going in his head, why would you drive around at 1.30am making so much noise?”The defendant responded by saying, “That was the way I got the car.”Judge Kelly, “If you want to drive a car that sounds like a rally car, then maybe you should buy a rally car.”Judge Paul Kelly handed the defendant two fines of €150 respectively.Judge tells boy racer to buy a rally car if he wants to make noise! was last modified: September 23rd, 2016 by Mark ForkerShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:carCiaran MurphycourtsExhaustnewsNosierallylast_img read more

DDTV: DUBLIN PUB USES DANIEL O’DONNELL SPOOF VOICE-OVER TO ENTICE DONEGAL FANS

first_imgA DUBLIN pub is laying on an after match party for Donegal fans this Saturday night – win or lose.And they’ve recruited ‘Daniel O’Donnell’ to promote it! Listen to the advert by playing the video above.The DTwo Bar and Club on Harcourt Street is the venue hoping the Tir Chonaill fans will flock to.A word of warning…..the man running the promotion is Ronan Flanagan..and he’s a Kildare fan!DDTV: DUBLIN PUB USES DANIEL O’DONNELL SPOOF VOICE-OVER TO ENTICE DONEGAL FANS was last modified: July 29th, 2011 by gregShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:daniel o’donnelldonegal v kildarespoof videolast_img read more

GAA: ST EUNAN’S CLUB NEWS

first_imgClub Notes – Naomh Adhamhnáin – 04.06.12The Golf Scramble takes place this Saturday (June 9th) in Barnhill, contact James Friel on 086-8255474 or Dermot Higgins 087-6672118 for details. The Seniors and Reserves will travel to Glenties on Sunday to take on Naomh Conaill (1:30pm & 3pm). The Juniors will make the trip to Pettigo on Saturday evening for their League game.The U-12 Boys footballers narrowly failed to retain the Paddy Clifford Cup in Sligo on Saturday, going down after extra time to last year’s beaten finalists, Corofin from Galway. They defeated St. Michael’s in the Park on Monday night and will shortly host the James Gallagher Cup for 2012 (June 16th), more details on that next week. The U11’s defeated Convoy last Friday and are at home to Glenfin this Friday at 6:30pm.The U-14 Div. 1 team had no game last week and will take on MacCumhaills at home this Friday evening at 7:30pm. The Div. Team travelled to Milford and had a good win, they are at home to Gaoth Dobhair this Wednesday at 7:45pm. The Div. 3 team lost to neighbours the Gaels in a good,competitive game, they host Downings this week at 6:30pm.The U-14 Hurlers take on arch rivals Buncrana in the Championship semi-final in O’donnell Park this Thursday evening at 7pm, having recently lost the League Final to them. They defeated the Gaels last week to reach this stage. There is an U8 Hurling blitz on Sunday, more details at the Friday Academy.The U12 Girls footballers have a blitz at home this Saturday against Robert Emmett’s, Buncrana and the Gaels.Cúl Camps will be in O’Donnell Park from 2nd July – 6th July. We will also be hosting our own Camps again this year. The Hurling & Camogie is on July 16th – 20th with the Football on July 23rd – 27th.The Friday evening Hurling & Camogie Academy continues weekly at 6:30pm – 8pm.The Sunday Morning Football Academy is at 11am every Sunday morning.Best wishes to all our members starting their exams this week. GAA: ST EUNAN’S CLUB NEWS was last modified: June 5th, 2012 by BrendaShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Tags:GAA: ST EUNAN’S CLUB NEWSlast_img read more

WATCH: Eerie foam waves appear on Bundoran beach

first_imgBundoran beach in Co. Donegal has been blanketed in a strange sea phenomenon as Storm Eleanor approaches Ireland.Hugh waves of sea foam washed up on the beach yesterday which were caught on camera by local woman Andrea Whelan.Andrea said the waves were up to 4ft in height, and while they are not uncommon at this location, this week’s waves were particularly high.  Andrea told Donegal Daily: “Bundoran gets foam on the beach during storms and rough seas but not like this!! The waves were just pure foam it was 4ft deep on the beach.”According to the National Ocean Service, sea foams in this way during stormy times when the ocean is agitated by wind and waves. The turbulence stirs up dissolved organic particles to create a natural foam that is not usually harmful to humans.Donegal is due to be hit with strong winds and heavy downpours from Tuesday night into Wednesday with the arrival of Storm Eleanor. See details of the weather and road warnings here: Flood and wind warnings issued in Donegal as Storm Eleanor approaches WATCH: Eerie foam waves appear on Bundoran beach was last modified: January 2nd, 2018 by Rachel McLaughlinShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:bundoransea foamstorm eleanorvideowavesweatherlast_img read more

Up here it’s different! – Malin Head records coolest temps during heatwave

first_imgDonegal may be scorching hot under temperatures of 27C and higher today, but it’s a very different story up at Malin today. Met Eireann’s station at Ireland’s most Northerly Point has recorded a very cool 12.6C at 1pm.As National Geographic would say, Donegal really is the Coolest Place. Malin Head’s temperatures are a long way off other stations that are ranging from low to high 20s. Some parts of Ireland were due to sizzle under 32C today. Some temperatures reported at 1pm:28.6°C Shannon Airport28.5°C Gurteen28.1°C Claremorris28.0°C Mount Dillon27.7°C Athenry27.5°C Oak Park24.6°C Valentia23.9°C Phoenix Park22.8°C Cork Airport12.6°C Malin Head— Met Éireann (@MetEireann) June 29, 2018The reason for the cold climate at the Inishowen coastline will be partly due to the heavy sea-fog covering the north west today.Ireland remains under a Status Yellow high temperature warning until 10pm this Saturday 30th June.The weekend outlook is for hot and dry weather and plenty of sunshine. Highs of 28C are forecast for Saturday and Sunday and some very hot nights. Met Eireann say that showers are likely to affect western and southern areas during the day on Sunday. Up here it’s different! – Malin Head records coolest temps during heatwave was last modified: June 29th, 2018 by Rachel McLaughlinShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:Malin Headweatherlast_img read more

Finding South Africa’s secret beaches

first_imgSouth Africa’s 3 000 kilometres of coastline holds many treasures, unspoilt places hidden from mainstream tourists. Read more to discover the secret beaches all over the country.Noordhoek’s Long Beach is one of the secret beaches on the Cape Peninsula of South Africa. (Image: Noordhoek Tourism)Brand South Africa reporterWith a coastline of 3 000km, South Africa has enough beaches to accommodate thousands of sun lovers without ever getting crowded. The beaches near the larger coastal cities get most visitors, of course, and in high summer bathers might have to negotiate a tangle of tanned limbs to get from the sea to their towels.But there are dozens of other beaches along the country’s coastline where you can find space, privacy, soft sand and clear blue waves.Cape West CoastIf you want to avoid Cape Town’s main beaches, head up the west coast towards Namibia and you’ll find one spectacular seascape after another. The coastline has stunning wind-lashed scenery and may at times look dry and barren. But in spring the region’s world-famous wild flowers transform the area into a magic carpet of colour.The long white beaches and rocky outcrops provide some of the most private beaches, not to mention best surfing waves. Secret places to visit include Eland’s Bay, Paternoster, Lambert’s Bay and Yzerfontein.In summer you can enjoy fresh crayfish at reasonable prices in local eateries. As this side of South Africa is on the Atlantic Ocean, the water is a lot colder than in the warm Indian Ocean to the east. But that doesn’t stop swimmers from enjoying a bracing dip.Cape PeninsulaWhile the fashionable Cape Town beaches – particularly Camps Bay, Clifton and Llandudno – are overrun in summer, visitors can still find sandy solitude. Noordhoek’s Long Beach is a serene sweep of sand over 2km long, backed by beautiful fynbos- covered mountains.Sandy Bay, just next to Llandudno, is similarly isolated and lovely, as long as one doesn’t mind the nudists for which this beach is notorious.Blaauwberg offers the best views of Table Mountain and is long enough to avoid people, if that’s what you’re after. Or travel just a little way to the dune-fringed beauties of Betty’s Bay, Kleinmond and Pringle Bay.Cape East CoastEast of Cape Town, the coastline offers one sleepy seaside town after another, each with its own personality and beaches. Here the Indian Ocean laps the continent with its warm coastal currents. The further east you travel from Cape Town, the warmer the sea gets.Hermanus is a popular weekend and holiday spot, and the beaches can be crowded. But a five-minute drive out of the village takes you to the more peaceful Grotto Beach.Follow the coastline north and the gems of Gansbaai, Pearly Beach and Arniston beckon. Arniston, a restored fishing village, is particularly beautiful, and out of season is all but isolated.Eastern CapeThose allergic to crowds will want to avoid the seaside havens of Plettenberg Bay, Knysna and George in high season, but again there are beaches just out of town that offer space and scenery aplenty.Port Elizabeth and East London have places of historic interest as well as some good swimming spots. East London’s Gonubie Beach is one of the country’s prettiest, as yet unclaimed by hordes of beachgoers.Cape St Francis and Seaview Game Park, both near Port Elizabeth, are similarly untrammelled.The Wild CoastFormerly known as the Transkei, this is a breathtakingly beautiful region. It has many remote, rural locations offering unspoiled velvet-green hills and pristine beaches.Some parts are harder to access, but places with facilities include Mazeppa Bay, Coffee Bay, Hole-in-the-Wall, Trennerys, Mngazi and Presley Bay.Locals are friendly and hospitable and these are ideal holiday resorts for those wanting nothing more than a beach, a few good surfing waves and perhaps the odd fishing trip.Read more: Discover South Africa’s Wild CoastKwaZulu-NatalNestled between the Indian Ocean and the Drakensberg mountains, KwaZulu-Natal is hot, humid and subtropical. These are the best beaches for those who like to float in the sea for hours on end, and the mild temperatures in winter make it an all-year- round holiday destination.Durban’s beaches can leave one jostling for elbow room in season and nearby towns such as Southbroom and Ballito have recently exploded with holiday homes, but you don’t have to go far to avoid the crowds.On the north coast, near the Mozambique border, is the ecotourism paradise of Kosi Bay, a pristine estuary surrounded by lush marsh forest, mangrove, ferns and orchids. Take a walk between tanning sessions and you could spot a hippo, a crocodile or a loggerhead turtle.Nearby St Lucia, a protected nature reserve and one of South Africa’s seven World Heritage sites, has beautiful long beaches and lukewarm water.Other secret spots include Mtunzini, Zinkwazi and Blythedale. The south coast beaches aren’t quite as isolated, but small towns such as St Michaels, Hibberdene and Umkomaas are less inhabited, particularly in the mild winters.This is an edited version of an article first published by South African Tourism.Would you like to use this article in your publication or on your website? See Using Brand South Africa material.last_img read more

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