Fabz Estate Hotel
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... is that since 1994 there has been positive discrimination in favour of blacks/coloureds, so that many white kids do not get a chance at a job.
The whites generally still seem to live pretty high on the hog, but I know that I would get out as soon as I could if I lived there - you just get the feeling that the situation will just gradually get worse for whites, until at some time you get a SA Mugabe elected, when the place will just go the way of ...
... the money necessary to bribe his way into employment. Something I was told that is extremely common. He told me about living more than 120km away from his wife because there was more opportunity for him in Gauteng and Joburg. He was the sole supporter of his family for several years while his wife waited to be called-up off of reserve Police service to active duty, she is now a police woman; a reality that he recounts ...
... I always enjoy abseiling but for many of the group this was their first time.
... our way to the Cradle of Humankind in Maropeng, we could see squatter camps right across the street from modern, rich, gated communities and farms. The divide between the two was astounding. During our YPO "dine around" one evening, we met our host family in one of those gated communities, which could rival the nicest and richest neighborhoods in the U.S. On the other hand, when we visited Soweto, we walked through Kliptown, one of the poorest townships in ...
... a wonderful time in South Africa. As I am sure I said last time, it is a surprising place in many ways and like nowhere else I’ve ever travelled. Whilst there are a lot of similarities with Australia, you just can’t beat the experience of seeing animals in the wild here, going on safari drives – it’s almost as exhilarating as paragliding! The scenery is to die for and the food and wines are world class. This really has been our splurge part of the trip! Once we get ...