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Bushman Rock Art

The indigenous San people lived as hunter-gatherers in Southern Africa for thousands of years before Bantu people migrated from Central Africa about 1,500 years ago. Laurens van der Post brought them to the public eye as the “Bushmen of The Lost World of the Kalahari” shown on BBC TV in 1956. 321 more words


observing without mind

When I take time to observe, – do I in fact observe the spinning yarn of my mind or do I actually recognise what is presented in front of me? 564 more words

Ramsgate Literary Festival: Review of Tales of the Old East Coast by Ron Lock

Review: Tales of the Old East Coast by Ron Lock (published by I-Go-Books)

TALES of the old East Coast is exactly what its title implies, a number of stories spanning from Cape Town to KwaZulu-Natal and beyond. 179 more words


Roy Sesana's Speech Is One of The Most Powerful I have Ever Read: This Is What Leadership Looks Like

By Roy Sesana / survivalinternational.org

Roy Sesana gave this speech when he accepted the Right Livelihood Award in Stockholm in 2005. We read this years ago and wanted to share it with you, because it's one of those rare speeches that we have wanted to read again and again over the years. 1,107 more words

Human Rights

Bushmen Paintings

After our unbelievable hike up the mesa, we’re all a little disappointed to be back in the trucks. Lucky for us, however, they aren’t taking us back quite yet. 479 more words


The arrow-makers and the bushmen's baboon breakfast!

So, where was I? Ah yes. We’d finished our game drives and had one more day with Damian. Our final destination on the tour was the Lake Eyasi area (a water-less lake I should point out). 2,007 more words


South Africa, democracy, and the dangers of demographics (part 1)

(Remember, creatives are psychotic.)
People have been bugging me to write a post on South Africa ever since I started this blog, more or less, so here you go. 3,312 more words

Human Migration, Cultures, And Species Of Exit