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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

Lions Rock Bigcat Sanctuary - Bethlehem - South Africa

On Safari at  Lions Rock Bigcat Sanctuary  located in Bethlehem, Free State Province, South Africa... The location is Really Stunning... As part of FOUR PAWS’ work for wild animals in captivity, we focus on the situation of big cats in zoos, in private captivity and in the entertainment industry. The area was was taken over by FOUR PAWS in 2006. During the early days at the newly acquired big cat sanctuary, huge demands were placed on the local team. Massive structural changes had to be made to the area to bring up to FOUR PAWS´ rigorous quality standards LIONSROCK is also home to a variety of game - Wildebeests Blesbuck, Burchell’s Zebra, Duiker, Eland, Impala, Letchwe, Mountain Reedbuck, Red Hartebeest, Reedbuck, Springbuck, Steenbuck and Waterbuck. There is also a wide variety of bird species that have found refuge on the farm. Other Big Cats include Tigers... All cats have been rescued ...  Four Paws ... Contact  GeoSolEarth  for Private Tours to any of

Gold Exploration - Central Rand Goldfield - Johannesburg

JOHANNESBURG'S gold mining industry was established when a large gold reef was accidentally discovered on a remote farm in 1886, triggering a massive gold rush by thousands of speculators.   The City of Johannesburg is littered with Defunct shafts, Old Mine Workings and Mine Waste Dumps... all a history to the name Egoli - The City of Gold... The Powerhouse of Africa...     Zaheer Bux - Gold Exploration - Central Rand Goldfield Within 10 years, there was a fully fledged town on the same spot; within 30 years it was South Africa's largest city. Today Johannesburg is Africa's biggest city, ringed by the deepest gold mines in the world. The Central Rand Goldfield - Johannesburg Consolidated Main Ree

The Wildebeest Migration - Timelapse

The time-lapse conveys the magnitude of the migration. This footage was shot over five days in northern Serengeti, Tanzania. It shows the migrating wildebeest crossing the Mara River while moving south into Tanzania from Kenya.The Serengeti Ecosystem supports 1.5 million wildebeest. These wildebeest are forced to migrate around a 40 000 square kilometre area in order to find fresh grazing pastures. The migration is full of danger and hardship for these resilient creatures. Thirst, hunger, exhaustion, predation and the Mara River are just some of the challenges they must face. You can read more about Will’s wildebeest migration project in his free ebook: My Top Ten Wildlife Experiences. - Posted by News Desk in Animal Encounters, News, Photography, Videos and the News Desk post series.  October 27, 2014 See more at: Africa Geographic