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South Africa's status as a major cradle in the African nursery of humankind has been reinforced with today's unveiling of "Little Foot," the country's oldest, virtually complete fossil human ancestor. Professor Ron Clarke busy excavating the Little...

On November 18th, the second to last weekend of our South Africa stay, our friend James Le Roux and his buddy Teddy took us for a drive down the wild coast which is one of their favourite places. It's about a two hour drive to Port Shepstone from whe...

How to counter child exploitation by Terry Bell Christmas is coming and the tills of the towns in South Africa are unlikely to jingle as merrily as in previous years. Understandably, because even the average banked salaries of South Africans have dec...

On October 23rd, Scott of course had to be back at work, so his parents Deb and Brett and I headed up to Hluhluwe Game Reserve for my second visit. To read about my first visit please click here.This time, we arrived without incident at the gate. In...

So, at the end of what was supposed to be a fair and transparent process, it was France who was today announced as the “surprise” host of Rugby World Cup 2023.This, despite World Rugby having made public an independent technical evaluat...

(View of Table mountain from our Air bnb.)On our second day in Cape Town we had again too many things planned.  First hiking Table Mountain and then a visit to the Ostrich Farm, unfortunately we had to cancel the Ostrich Farm visit as our t...

The first 1.5 billion years of Earth’s evolution is subject to considerable uncertainty due to the lack of any significant rock record prior to four billion years ago and a very limited record until about three billion years ago. Rocks of this age...