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Crafts and the Spatial Development Initiatives

Two years ago, visitors faced a major hazard on their way to the Numbi Gate entrance of Kruger National Park, the country's most famous game reserve. Young boys who spent their time carving birds, giraffes, and elephants from local hardwoods were so desperate to sell their crafts that they would sometimes lie down in the middle of the road, forcing tourists to stop and inspect their goods.

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