Makhonjwa Mountains declared a World Heritage site

South Africa has a new life line to boost its declining domestic tourism figures. The Makhonjwa Mountains in Mpumalanga, known as the Barberton Greenstone Belt, were recently declared a World Heritage site by UNESCO. They are one of the world’s oldest geological sites and boast the best preserved volcanic and rock formations, dating back 3.8-billion years.

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