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Nullagine WA - Gold Exploration - Australian Outback

Nullagine Gold has long been sought. Conglomerate rocks make up most of the hills surrounding Nullagine. The Mosquito Creek Formation is a succession of Archaean siliciclastic rocks that occupies much of the central part of the MCB in the northern part of the Archaean Pilbara Craton of Western Australia. The formation is deformed and has been metamorphosed under low-grade (sub-greenschist to greenschist) conditions. Areas Explored included: Nullagine Balfour Downs - Rooneys Find Mine Sunday Hill  Mount Edgar ... Beatons Pool - Nullagine - Western Australia Zaheer Bux - BCD1 Borehole - Nullagine - Western Australian Outback Near Rooneys Find Mine - Balfour Downs Station - Western Australia Prospectors Gold - Nullagine - Western Australia On the Road to Sundays Hill - Western Australia Outback Back in Nullagine Exploring Old Gold Mine Workings Gold Exploration - Central Rand Goldfield - Johanne

Rural Development - Kwazulu Natal - South Africa

Rural Areas of Kwazulu Natal - Many areas experience difficulties such as no water, lack of sanitation, no quality education, no libraries and gravel roads... Many teachers, nurses and hard working individuals strive everyday to make the places better, the children smarter and life easier... Empower Those Around You... Look After Each Other... Try To Provide Opportunities South African Building Contractor Group Douglas - Mhlumayo - Mhlabathini - Pomeroy - Uitval - Kwazulu Natal Sibongintuthuko Primary School - Mhlabathini - Umhlomayo - Sout h Africa Tugela Ferry and Church of Scotland Hospital Tugela Ferry Mall - Tugela Ferry - Kwazulu Natal - South Africa Hlabisa - Hlabisa Hospital - Umkhanyakude District Municipality White Mountain - Sobabili - Wembezi - Pisgah - Ntabamhlope

One Home - One Garden

The One Home, One Garden initiative has been undertaken to empower deep rural area populations. The  South African Department of Health  runs and encourages the initiative. The Department provides essential medical services to poor deep rural communities located all over South Africa. Deep Rural - Mkhwamunye and Nhkezuka looking towards Mazabeko Most clinics have beautiful gardens cultivating fresh produce ... Nondweni Clinic (below)... These Gardens enable local skills development and provide various income opportunities to the local community folk. Geotechnical Solutions  together with the  The Rangoolam Group  has undertaken various challenges enabling the construction of essential sanitation and water services to these remote areas and clinics. Clinics outlined included Rorkes Drift Clinic - Hlathi Dam Clinic - Nondweni Clinic - Mazabeko Clinic - Collessie Clinic - Mandleni Clinic - Eshane Clinic - - Douglas Clinic - Ethembeni Clinic ...  Tugel

Rural Skills Development and Job Creation - South Africa

GeoSolEarth  is proud to be a part of rural skills development and job creation. Most of the areas we service are poor with high unemployment rates. The roads we travel on are gravel dirt roads and the areas lack electricity, sanitation and clean drinking water. We are however very fortunate to still see smiles on the faces of local kids and people... Our  Geotechnical Solutions  staff are always blown away by the warm welcomes and happy faces. Happy Faces at Dukuza High School... Emkhuphula Learners always had the most interesting stories... Skills Development and Job Creation in Emmaus... Empowering the Community within the Building and Construction Sectors... Learners at Nteneshana Primary School faces challenges of No Water and No Electricity... The little ones at Mzomusha Primary hardly left us alone... There is also a lack of classrooms and no maths or science teachers... Tugela Ferry - Msinga - Muden - Weenen - Job Crea

Digital Town Planning by Night

“Here!” exclaimed Jebediah as he nosed his schooner onto a fan of fertile loam. Come sundown, a makeshift corral encircled his livestock, and by Sabbath eve, the crown of a crude barn rose above the neighboring hummock. Next spring, a steady procession of ships yielded a healthy crop of farmhouses. Wagon wheels burned a double track to the river landing, where itinerant capitalists soon repurposed a cluster of spartan shacks: Dispell ill humours at Rodger’s Saloon!  Satisfy your homestead needs with Trusty Mercantile!  Every fifth horseshoe free at The Irony! Forthwith straightened and graded, Main Street ran east to west, land astride platted into tidy rectangles. Soon, Washington and Jefferson joined in parallel, crossed at even intervals by perpendicular First, Second, and Third Streets. A crystal in saturated solution, this grid grew: shooting southeast into open country along Telegraph Road, doglegging left around Miller’s Swamp, and crossing the river