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South Africa,- 4d Grey-blue, Afrikaans inscription, handstamped "SPECIMEN" (Samuel type BEC 2), applied in Bechuanaland to specimen stamps received from the U.P.U. No gum and a little stained but a unique specimen stamp. Photo on Page 109. £300-350 Dealer Argyll Etkin Auction Minimum Bid: 255.00 GBP

South Africa,- 1926 (Jan 1) First Day Cover bearing all three stamps issued on this day, with pairs of the 1/2d and 1d and 4d singles with both English and Afrikaans inscriptions all cancelled by Benoni c.d.s, a very scarce F.D.C with pairs of all stamps. Photo on Page 139. £300-350 Dealer Argyll Etkin Auction Minimum Bid: 255.00 GBP

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Pork spare ribs by Jan Braai...This turned out good. I baked rib racks with garlic at 300 degrees for 2.5 hrs, drained fat, cut ribs apart. Then mixed up the sauce and poured over all, covered and baked at 350 for half hour, then uncovered and finished at 350 for about half hour. I think not so much the sauce recipe as the method, and that's not even in the recipe.

Once a year Johannesburg-based Wilderness Safaris organizes its Tour de Tuli a 300-kilometer (186-mile) four-day MTB ride through the Tuli Block of southern Africa connecting Botswana Zimbabwe and South Africa. Unlike other multistage tours through Africaor elsewhere around the worldthis one is supported by three separate governments with makeshift border crossings along riverbanks (youll need to keep your Ziploc-ed passport tucked inside your jersey alongside your energy chews). Capped at…

[ebony!] The Anuak , also known as the Anyuak, Agnwak and Anywaa, are a Nilotic ethnic group inhabiting parts of East Africa. They primarily inhabit villages along the banks and rivers of southeastern South Sudan as well as southwestern Ethiopia, especially the Gambela Region. Group members number between 300,000 to 350,000 people worldwide.