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Kruger Museum
Kruger Museum

Kruger Museum

The Kruger Museum and its contents bear witness to the forceful personality of the man who lived there as leader of a small republic in southern Africa, at a stormy and unsettling time of his people’s long struggle against British imperialism. Kruger Museum Exterior The
Tswaing Meteorite Crater
Tswaing Meteorite Crater

Tswaing Meteorite Crater

Creative Feel interviewed Mr Fumani Simon Nyalungu, the Education Officer at DITSONG: Tswaing Meteorite Crater, to find out a bit more about the crater, it’s history & cultural background, and community & education programmes along with the beauty of its surroundings & the various activities
Willem Prinsloo Agricultural Museum
Willem Prinsloo Agricultural Museum

Willem Prinsloo Agricultural Museum

The Willem Prinsloo Agricultural Museum preserves and presents South African agricultural history in a unique manner. The Museum showcases the history of the development of agriculture in South Africa from the Stone Age until 1945. Willem Prinsloo Agricultural Museum Exterior Willem Prinsloo Agricultural Museum Interior
Pioneer Museum
Pioneer Museum

Pioneer Museum

While enjoying a cup of coffee and homemade bread, visitors can experience a way of life that has irrevocably passed. The stories of the Pioneer Museum and 1848 house, and of the people who lived on the farm, Hartebeestpoort, are enacted against the background of
Sammy Marks Museum
Sammy Marks Museum

Sammy Marks Museum

Sammy Marks arrived in South Africa with a case of silver knives as his only valuable possession, and became one of the first entrepreneurs, playing a significant role in mining, industrial and agricultural development in the country. Ninety-eight percent of the household contents in Sammy
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Bolt’s Farm Exhibition at DITSONG

Bolt’s Farm Exhibition at DITSONG

DITSONG: National Museum of Natural History, in partnership with the Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique in Paris (CNRS), the French Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the National Research Foundation, are building the Bolt’s Farm Exhibition, which includes 3D renderings, child-centred activities, and tells the

Robert Broom palaeontologist discoveries
Who was Robert Broom?

Who was Robert Broom?

Professor Robert Broom was born on 30 November 1866 in Paisley, Scotland, to a poor family. He was educated as a doctor and received his degree from the University of Glasgow in 1895. In 1893 he married Mary Baird Baillie. Broom specialised in the field

SA South African Mint coins constitution democracy
South African Mint commemorates 25 years of constitutional democracy with a new collectable range

South African Mint commemorates 25 years of constitutional democracy with a new collectable range

South Africa’s 25 young years as a constitutional democracy is the subject of the South African Mint Company’s (SA Mint) ‘SA25 – Celebrating South Africa’ coin series, which commemorate the rights and freedoms espoused by South Africa’s Constitution. The SA Mint is a wholly owned

Art Noise Art Solution
ArtSolution partners with Art Noise for month-long exploration of African arts & culture

ArtSolution partners with Art Noise for month-long exploration of African arts & culture

On 20 May 2018, ArtSolution announced its partnership with Art Noise to streamline its residency programme activities such as workshop training, community outreach, exhibitions, arts event and more scheduled to take place in Tunisia between July and August of 2018. ArtSolution will also integrate its activities with

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