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South Africa Business Rankings South Africa Business Rankings

South Africa Business Rankings South Africa ranks 94 out of 162 countries and territories according to their economic system. Economic Freedom of the World (EFW) index measures the degree to which the policies and institutions of countries support economic freedom. In 2000, South Africa ranked 46th in the world, which meant being in the top 30% of economically free countries. Not only was it high on the index, but it was rising, destined to be one of the world’s freest and thus most prosperous countries. U nfortunately, instead of building on its post-apartheid achievement, SA started sliding down the rankings and is now in the bottom 40%. This means that South Africans now have less economic freedom than they had gained by 2000. Sliding down the index condemns countries to lower incomes, greater poverty, more inequality, reduced life expectancy, fewer political rights and liberties and bleak prospects for the quality of life. However, Its Time. South Africans can turn it around. Watch this space come 2019! News Man

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A Professional Dvd series, Kimberley, South Africa A Professional Dvd series, Kimberley, South Africa

These “Ten” unique documentaries are the ideal gift for anyone with an interest or passion for history.   It is also a wonderful educational souvenir of the Romantic Capital of the Diamond World.   Producer/Cameraman Steve Mueller BSc. presents stories and tales of a bygone era HISTORICAL KIMBERLEY Kimberley has an instant and fascinating history beginning with the discovery of diamonds at Dutoitspan in 1869.   Diamonds and the town they gave birth to are highlighted throughout, as are the other varied attractions like the Flamingoes, the Kimberley Club, the Big Hole, the Long Cecil… (44’ 12”) CECIL JOHN RHODES The imperialist and colonialist Cecil John Rhodes’ life in Kimberley is told for the first time.   The smaller picture… could he ride a horse?, how did he dress?   Did you know he was over six feet tall?   All these stories and more about this controversial character… (31’ 50”) BATTLE OF MAGERSFONTEIN The Anglo~Boer War 1899~1902 The epic battle of Magersfontein of 11 December 1899 where the Boers defeated the British army is brought to life.   The advance of the Highlanders, the trenches of the Boers, General Wauchope’s death, General de la Rey’s brilliance, the Boers counter-attack and much more… (38’ 49”) GHOSTS OF KIMBERLEY There are more than 150 haunted buildings and houses in Kimberley.   Ghosts and spirits abound in this town where there has been so many tragic and sudden deaths.<span class="App

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