Tag Archives: South Africa

Mandela’s notes

Writing those first drafts of history is a cliché lumped on us journalists. But this here is a real first draft of history. Nelson Mandela’s scrawl, notes jotted in an exercise book. A speech imperfect in its scratched out words, … Continue reading

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The ancient art studio

What they found could have been a prehistoric make up palette, left by an ancient beautician 100000 years ago. Scientists aren’t too sure what the contents of the two abalone shells were used for, but what they do know is … Continue reading

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