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... and that is of course wee George and Yame (who by the way aren't that wee at all anymore). I think that plenty of people care a lot for the two boys. And it was indeed a special feeling to finally get to see them. Handsome young lads with their manes just starting to spout. Knowing their story it was amazing to see how well they have recovered. George however still has problems with his joints and is not gaining weight properly. Reason is that he is still suffering from his ...
... are 1) counter-cyclical 2) debt-sustainability and 3) inter-generational fairness. Pressing issues are the low tax-base (~20% of population), small fiscal moving space and persistent budget deficits.
SARB –South African Reserve Bank
Since 2000, the SARB follows inflation targeting goal, set at 3-6% by the government (→ no goal ...
... massage. Unfortunately the nice Amarula ladies already stopped the promo and took down their spot. Apparently that would have been too much PLEASURE . However I got a great substitute… chatting a few minutes with the Amarula marketing lady, how was about 6ft2, funny and … make up your mind from the picture :).
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... the limits of the mind find no place in the tongues of South Africans. They can flit from one language to the next with no hesitation. The country has 11 official languages and so many migrant communities with their own languages as well. It is easy enough to hear 20 different languages in just a 20 minute stroll down the street.
The weather has been as varied as the people. From boiling hot sun in the mid-afternoon to thundering storms during the night. ...
... to the life I left behind and which I intend to maintain in my absence.
I also need a shower. I am not in a rural village in the middle of nowhere collecting water from a well in the mornings for a quick bath. I live in a high-rise in the most vibrant section of Pretoria and yet I find myself bending over the bathtub and holding my head under the faucet each morning to wash my hair. This, followed by ...