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Article taken from the Maropeng Newsletter.


Modern-day growth is threatening to isolate thousands of ancient relics at one of South Africa’s richest early prehistoric sites in the Northern Cape. 157 more words

Hello Joburg!

I’ve been invited to the relaunch of this stunning magazine and are very eager to tell all of you a bit about this lovely read. Watch this space as I’ll be posting pics and a post after the launch. 139 more words


What is Heaven like?

When you get to my age it’s inevitable that you sometimes wonder: If I get there, what will Heaven be like? Well, now I know. Heaven will be like Sunday lunch at Punchinello’s at The Southern Sun Montecasino in Johannesburg. 14 more words

One lovely blog award

One Lovely Blog Award

Yippiee I have been nominated for One Lovely Blog Award by littleblackdogsa. Thank you so much! I appreciate the nomination. 210 more words


Johannesburg: Tshwane University to resume academic work after students protest

– The Tshwane University of Technology on Saturday said it was taking urgent steps to ensure the academic programme resumes at its Pretoria and Ga-Rankuwa campuses after student protests. 251 more words

Foreign Campuses

Day Nine: Johannesburg to London

In the same way this journey began I find myself once again on a flight somewhere over Africa. What was once anticipation and curiosity is now a collection of memories, photographs, and scribbles in my Moleskine. 494 more words


Connecting to the Children's Museum of Pittsburgh

Play Africa is thrilled to be building an exciting and world-class children’s museum in Johannesburg, South Africa, opening in June 2017. We have connected to many extraordinary children’s museums around the world who are supporting us on this journey. 149 more words