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Foreign invasion

There was a time when investors in tourism wouldn’t touch South Africa with a bargepole. But now you can’t keep them out, says Graham Boynton
Credit: Leeu Estates

Two major international investors in South Africa are the Indian healthcare billionaire Analjit Singh and the German business leader cum philanthropist Jochen Zeitz. And they aren’t the first — in recent years, both the diamond billionaire Lawrence Graff and Sir Richard Branson (who among other things is co-founder and co-chair of not-for-profit initiative The B Team) have invested substantially in properties in the Cape Winelands.

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Transfixed by Ethiopia • Lake Kariba • Kolmanskop, Namibia's ghost town • South Africa on a shoestring • Looking for lemurs in Madagascar • Kenya's keepers of the wild • Why Bengweulu is so bewitching • Remote Ruaha • Sail away to St Helena • Chimps in Uganda • Picture-perfect Tuli... and much more!