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After the recent match fixing scandal has been verified as true what has been done. Conje has been kicked out of the side and that is it. Conje was the person who organised it all but most of the players took the money and went along with it. I think they should be banned as a test playing nation until they can prove that they are clean of people like Conje.
The cricket of old was a gentlemans sport and that is still the feeling for the most part. No gentleman would accept money to make his own country loose. The side is disgraced but why should a team like England play these criminals. England are about the only team untouched by these sort of allegations, if we are going to keep it that way then we must not play these teams. If the ICC are trying to show they are dealing with the situation then they must take action against South Africa.
South Africa at 1:1,500,000 from Freytag & Berndt on an indexed road map with on the ... more
reverse two large panels showing the Western Cape region at 1:500,000 and the Kruger National Park at 1:400,000, plus street plans of central Johannesburg and Cape Town. The map presents the countryâ€™s road and rail network on a base with relief shading, graphics to show the desert areas, marshes, etc., and plenty of names of geographical features.Road network clearly shows the numbers of main routes and connecting roads, indicating driving distances. Many local roads and tracks are also included. An overprint highlights the Garden Route. The map includes the rail network and shows local airports. Also marked are internal administrative boundaries with names of the provinces. Large icons highlight numerous places of interest including campsites, nature reserves, historical sites, etc. Latitude and longitude lines are drawn at 1Â° intervals. The index is on the reverse. Multinational map legend includes English.The reverse side has two large panels: the region around Cape Town extending north to St. Helena Bay and eastwards to Cape Agulhas, the southernmost point of Africa, plus Kruger National Park. Both panels are annotated with numerous icons showing various types of tourist accommodation, sport and recreational areas, etc. Also provided are insets with street plans of central Johannesburg and Cape Town.
South Africa in the Culture Smart range of pocket-sized guide books; providing detailed ... more
information on local customs, culture, etiquette and manners and ensuring that visitors are prepared for a diverse range of social environments. The series covers an extensive number of countries worldwide and are designed both for those working and living abroad, as well as for visitors who do not want to offend, either intentionally or inadvertently. Their aim is to prevent readers from making embarrassing mistakes and feel confident in unfamiliar situations, while preparing them before arrival on what to expect and how to behave. Each guide is arranged thematically, with dedicated individual chapters on land and people, values and attitudes, customs and traditions, making friends, people at home, â€˜time-outâ€™, travelling and communicating. There is also a separate chapter for business travelers, with important information on subjects such as business culture, meetings and making appointments. A Further Reading section also offers a list of recommended other history, travel literature and language titles available on the country.