South Africa January 11, 2007, 8:25 am

by Bob Lowden
A well written article that I totaly agree with. I have had the pleasure to visit SA with our groups two times in the last three years. The golf is wonderful, especially Fancourt, the food very good, the wine - WOW and the people are very friendly. We were there for about two weeks both times, played 6 rounds of golf, enjoyed the spectaculsr sightseeing and spent three nights at a private game reserve which is an experience you do not want to miss and will remember the rest of your life.
Bob Lowden
Golf On Tour

South Africa is the real deal for golf as nation prepares for World Cup in 2010 January 11, 2007, 7:23 am

by Al
"I didn't encounter any poor white people there."
Don't be fooled. I was born and raised in South Africa and lived there until I was 26 years old.
I've experienced both the Apartheid and New South Africa eras and both had their ups and downs for both White and Black.
I agree that it will take a few generations to establish equality but there are thousands and thousands poor white people in the country.
I just hope that the different races can focus to make the country safer and better to live in in future.
My advise, stay out of any downtown city areas at night and always travel in groups.
It's a beutiful country with much to enjoy, but right now, I feel a lot safer in the USA.

 



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