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If Dusi paddlers say prayers to the weather gods the night before the event, the thing mentioned first is good water.
The Drakensberg does a vanishing act on Kevin Davie as he maps out a mountain bike route from one end to the other.
Whatever stories you've heard about the water level for the Dusi, the first thing paddlers do on arrival is check out the level for themselves.
Fiat has been showing off its cool new Uno in different parts of the country. Made in Brazil, the Fiat Flex can run on both petrol and ethanol. So clever is the technology that the car has a single tank. You sommer throw either petrol or ethanol into it and the engine is smart enough to work out what it is using and adjust accordingly.
The ANC is pondering a windfall tax as a less risky way to maximise benefits from minerals, writes Kevin Davie.
The minister has created quite a buzz using YouTube and a 'jam' session to launch his report.
You do not have to have done much travelling in the new South Africa to see how dramatically the rural landscape has changed.
The ANC kicked off 2011 in confident mode, its president Jacob Zuma declaring to a packed stadium that this year would be the one when job creation would be tackled in earnest.