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The Sungazer (Smaug giganteus), a dragon-like lizard species endemic to the Highveld regions of South Africa, is facing an assault on two fronts as farming and industrialisation encroaches on its natural habitat -- which already consist of only a sev...

Spectre of Marikana still looms large by Terry Bell. The bloody spectre of of the Marikana massacre continues to loom large over the politics of South Africa, for all the evident attempts to push it into the background. The fact that 18 miners a...

The aardvark, a highlight for anyone on a game-viewing African safari, will become increasingly rare as the world warms and dries, and the consequences go well beyond a decline in aardvark safari encounters. An aardvark in the Kalahari desert in Sou...

The flexibility and ability to adapt to changing climates by employing various cultural innovations allowed communities of early humans to survive through a prolonged period of pronounced aridification. Excavations at the Klipdrift Shelter in the De...

Large, robust, lens-shaped microfossils from the approximately 3.4 billion-year-old Kromberg Formation of the Kaapvaal Craton in eastern South Africa are not only among the oldest elaborate microorganisms known, but are also related to other intricat...

Zuma must go’ — ANC Integrity Commission by Terry Bell. The high profile, but practically powerless Integrity Commission (IC) of South Africa’s governing ANC still wants President Jacob Zuma to step down.  The commission members are angry...

This weekend we went to St.Lucia, South Africa. We stayed at the Elephant Coast Guest house which has been our favourite accommodation while visiting South Africa, so far. Owned and run by a very friendly dutch couple the place is exception...