Edition 27 of 2004, Friday 16 July 2004
Icy temperatures, snowfalls, rain, biting cold wind, all of it did not deter the people of South Africa from traveling to the Drakensberg, South Africa, this week to see the snow. And while the adults were admiring the scenic beauty the children wanted to have fun.. building snowmen and having snow fights. CyberProp was told that it was hard to find any form of accommodation in the Berg these last few days.
Bbbrrr... I found it necessary this week to stay with the cold weather for just a bit longer. Do you know how to prevent freezing and subsequent bursting of pipes in this bitterly cold weather? Allabouthome.com gives us a few tips on how to keep pipes from freezing - Have fun
Research Worldwide.com has just published results of its annual survey which showed that property investments in South Africa showed an actual total return of 15,1% last year. South African commercial real estate outperformed sixteen other major countries. Read more in Real Estate in South Africa.
Kanti Amanzi Mtoti' meaning 'The water is sweet' was a remark made by Zulu Warrior Chief Shaka, when camping alongside the Manzimtoti River, resulting in it's name. Amanzimtoti, KwaZulu Natal, South Africa is the first town in the area known as "The Sunshine Coast" which is part of the Natal - South Coast. It is a combination of a holiday resort and a residential area.
This week I read an article by Mike Francis that I just have to share with you, the CyberProp reader..Who broke Africa? Tony Blair believes Africa is a "scar on the conscience of the world". Mike Francis investigates why this should be so, and what African specialists think can be done to heal the continent. In Africa, it is the leaders that are the problem, not the people. An article that keeps you reading right to the end where a beggar asked for money to buy a gun and a balaclava! And no, I have not spilled the bean! Go and read.
Enjoy a weekend, warm at home!
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A faucet that won't yield water is the first sign of frozen pipes. If
a severe cold snap hits, prevent freezing and subsequent bursting of pipes
by following the suggestions below. Even if the pipes do freeze, you can
thaw them before they burst if you act quickly. When temperatures fall
very low, here's how to keep your pipes from freezing:
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