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Unearthing the neglected role of hunter-gatherers in social transformation

Studies continue to reveal a far more complex history than that recorded by colonial settlers, missionaries and travellers

In the heart of Africa’s Eden

The sights, history and people of Venda – almost too amazing to put into words – lure us from the beaten track

Mapungubwe listing under threat

Mapungubwe National Park's listing as a World Heritage Site hangs in the balance, writes <b>Fiona Macleod</b>.

Unesco team to probe mining at Mapungubwe

Environmental activists are up in arms over coal-mining operations set to take place near the Mapungubwe National Park in Limpopo.

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