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18 March 2018
Juxtaposing booming city rhythms with lilting folk, Jeremy Loops perfectly captures the duality of his South African life. Loops...
21 March 2018
Petite Noir is a Belgian-born, Congolese singer, songwriter, musician, and record producer from Cape Town. His debut extended...
25 March 2018
Dan Patlansky has become one of the busiest and most respected blues artists to ever come out of South Africa. His music can best...

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08 November 2017
The purpose of the visit was to digitise the South African scorpion specimens in their collection. She started digitising work at Ditsong National Museum of Natural History.Read more
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03 November 2017
Twenty-two international researchers are currently following the project including scientists from countries that include Cuba, Nigeria and Germany.Read more
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25 October 2017
The Umzimvubu Catchment Partnership Programme launched a research programme aimed at facilitating strategic innovation in the catchment.Read more
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24 October 2017
SANBI's Namhla Mbona won an award at the Water Research Commission's Knowledge Tree Awards in Johannesburg.Read more

Plants of the week

A rare, small, succulent tree that is endemic in Sekhukhuneland, in Mpumalanga and Limpopo, where it occurs in a specialized habitat.

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A spiny, evergreen shrub with attractive red berries, that are borne sporadically throughout the year and make it a perfect plant to attract birds to the garden.

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These omnivorous caprellids are usually found in dense colonies attached to submerged man-made structures, floating seaweed, and other organisms.

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