- Ethical mining practices - Clean water access - Urban development and social housing - Education for girls - Tax expenditure - Xenophobia - Human rights - Conservation and animal rights
Minecraft can be used as a powerful tool for critical and creative thinking in social, economic and environmental issues and in developing awareness and empathy beyond the curriculum.
The map includes:
- A diamond mine - A coastal area, including discoloured water - A game reserve including a cheetah, warthog, buffalo, termite mounds and hyena dens. - A city model, including some key historical buildings from Jo'berg and Cape Town - An informal settlement - Lion's Head Mountain - A replica of the Ndebele village.
As with all Minecraft resources the map can be changed in any way and can be extended beyond the walls seen in the images.