Archive | February, 2012

Kruger National Park History

International trade in South Africa began hundreds of years before gold was discovered on the Witwatersrand. Copper from Phalaborwa and Balule, salt from Eiland, and crops like sorghum and beans, had long been traded locally. But the lowveld (location of Kruger Park) and the interior had far more exotic goods that attracted the attention of […]

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