Homo naledi

 
What to expect from the world of science in 2016
What to expect from the world of science in 2016
This year, white dishes will mushroom on the Northern Cape’s dusty plains as South Africa’s 64-dish MeerKAT starts to take shape. The MeerKAT is...
Race, space and sexual diversity
Race, space and sexual diversity
It has been an eventful 12 months for debates about diversity and transformation, as well as for science, with interesting, quirky and downright...
Letters to the editor: October 30 to November 5 2015
Letters to the editor: October 30 to November 5 2015
The students’ win is a great victory for the forces of democracy. We have forced the ANC to keep their promise, even though they were unwilling to...
Letters to the editor: October 16 to 22 2015
Letters to the editor: October 16 to 22 2015
Your thorough investigation of MTN and Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa reveals once more the dangers of a capitalist becoming the president (
Naledi is our spirit, not simply old bones
Naledi is our spirit, not simply old bones
The global fight against patriarchy and the treatment of women as inferior has witnessed the rise of the use of the term humankind instead of...
Homo naledi discovery a triumph for open access and education
Homo naledi discovery a triumph for open access and education
Homo naledi has made headlines around the world as...
Letters to the editor: September 18 to 23 2015
Letters to the editor: September 18 to 23 2015
To my mind the most significant piece of writing in last week's Mail & Guardian was the article by Professor Peter Vale on the sports pages...
[Video]Homo Naledi: The cave is better than corruption
[Video]Homo Naledi: The cave is better than corruption
After just one look at South Africa’s state of affairs, Homo Naledi is ready to run back to her cave.
[Video]Details of Homo naledi unearthed
[Video]Details of Homo naledi unearthed
Professor Lee Berger introduces us to Homo naledi, a new species and ancient human ancestor, discovered in South Africa’s Cradle of Humankind in 2013.

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