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DIVCrossing the remote southern tip of Africa has fired the imagination of European travellers from the time Bartholomew Dias opened up the passage to the East by rounding the Cape of Good Hope in 1488 Dutch British French Danes and Swedes formed an endless stream of seafarers who made the long journey southwards in pursuit of wealth adventure science and missionary as well as outright national interest Beginning by considering the early hunter gatherer inhabitants of the Cape and their culture Malcolm Jack focuses in his account on the encounter that the European visitors had with the Khoisan peoples sometimes sympathetic but often exploitative from the time of the Portuguese to the abolition of slavery in the British Empire in 1833 This commercial and colonial background is key to understanding the development of the vibrant city that is modern Cape Town as well as the rich diversity of the Cape hinterlandDIV.

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