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  • Gold And Gold Of The Diamond Industry

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    A diamond, it is a precious stone more value than gold and silver not only in society today but has been since its discovery. Diamonds became very much famous by the development in the supply as well as the advanced technology. Technology helped enabled the Diamond cutting, shaping, polishing as well as finishing. The name diamond comes from the Greek word, adamas meaning unconquerable. This is the perfect name because diamonds are made of pure carbon, and are the hardest natural substance known

  • South African Diamond Trade: Enforcement and Perpetuation of Apartheid, Past and Present

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    South African Diamond Trade: Enforcement and Perpetuation of Apartheid, Past and Present I. Introduction South Africa was a rich country with a beautiful landscape and a rich culture. There were tremendous natural resources in South Africa and spectacular beauty. South African society was fluid and accepting, allowing people to move from one tribe to the next, without discrimination. This accepting and truly benevolent moral system, perhaps turned out to be a fatal flaw, manipulated and

  • Manufacturing And Distribution Of Aluminium Extrudes

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    fencing and gates situated in Alrode, Alberton close Johannesburg. Wispeco Aluminium has developed from strength to strength in the aluminium supplying industry. Either than the Alrode plant, the organization likewise has little branches arranged in Cape Town and Vereeniging. The organization started its operation as wires, steel windows and doors producing organization. Over the course of the years, the organization rebuilt its organization system and concentrate, with a specific end goal to be

  • Table Mountain National Park and Cape Town

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    sporty and sociable. If Cape Town was in the dating game that's how her profile would read. And - for once - it's all true. The Mother City of South Africa occupies one of the world's most stunning locations, with an iconic mountain slap-bang in her centre. Advertisement As beautiful as the surrounding beaches and vineyards can be, it's the rugged wilderness of Table Mountain, coated in a unique flora, that grabs everyone's attention. Long before the Dutch took a fancy to the Cape Peninsula in the 17th

  • Case Study Of Lydenburg

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    known as "Town of Suffering" because their group had been decimated by malaria. Lydenburg has become the centre of the South African fly-fishing industry and is an agricultural and mining hub. Mashishing is what the place was traditionally called in Northern Sotho, meaning “long, green grass. Lydenburg town was found in the 1850’s by the voortrekker leader Andries Potgiter. (Stonecutter for stats 2014)

  • The Democratic Alliance and the Future of South Africa

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    dark past will reappear, but it can be assured that the DA are working towards changing the past and aim for a country that has equal opportunities for all. Our work is evident in the Western Cape where we govern and 76% of the provincial governments budget is spent on poor communities. The Western Capes unemployment rate is the lowest in the country, 12% lower than anywhere else in South

  • Desmond Tutu : The Most Influential Peacemakers Of The Past Century

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    the formation of the N.F.C to fight the changes. He won the Nobel peace prize in 1984, due to his emergence as an outspoken leader in the anti-apartheid movement. He was appointed as the Bishop of Johannesburg, and was chosen to be the archbishop of Cape Town the year after. He

  • Mayflower : A Story Of Courage, Community, And War

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    Mayflower: A Story of Courage, Community, and War by Nathaniel Philbrick Mayflower: A story of courage,community,and war is about the lives of Pilgrims and the new lifestyle they are entering. The mayflower was the ship that transported the Pilgrims to the New World in 1620. Mr.Philbrick discusses the relationships amongst the England Pilgrims and their new neighbors the Native Americans. Upon meeting, there is already distrust between the two groups because they do not fully know each other. The

  • What Successful Principals Do And What Unsuccessful Ones Fail

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    In Ponomareva’s article, “What Successful Principals Do and What Unsuccessful Ones Fail to Do”, the author outlines what they believe to be the key factors and attributes that propel certain principals to greater success than others. Although many of these at first glance appear to be more of the “simply common sense” variety, others give the reader pause to marinate in the greater implications of those basic characteristics. Ponomareva (2015) rationalizes that his “many years of practical interaction

  • Descriptive Essay On South Beach

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    Cape Cod, Massachusetts The beaches in Cape Cod attract hordes of visitors every day, most of who are attracted by the sparkling sands and aquamarine waters. The most popular area of the beachside for tourist is the Cape Cod National Seashore in the outer Cape Cod. On the overall, the Sandy beaches in Cape Code stretch some 559 miles. There are several places along the beach where children can enjoy low tide water pools. The other attractions here include clean public bathing waters, waterfront accommodations