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Inspire Gauteng Expo: a catalyst for growth

The Inspire Gauteng Expo trade and investment conference was aimed at showcasing the many different investment and growth opportunities available in Gauteng’s vibrant and...

Press release: Gauteng – an attractive and competitive investment destination

There are more than R300-billion worth of investment opportunities in Gauteng that are still to be tapped into. The Inspire Gauteng Tourism, Trade and...

The Cradle of Humankind

A handful of the world's great cities trace their heritage to early human settlements thousands of years back. Johannesburg's earliest residents were in the neighbourhood 3-million years ago.

Care and communities at the heart of social cohesion

If unity and pride is an outcome, the means to get there is by caring for one another and creating a sense of community,...
New human related species found at Maropeng

New human related species found at Maropeng

A new branch of hominin known as homo naledi was unveiled at Maropeng in South Africa's Cradle of Humankind this morning. It suggests that they too had a sophisticated understanding of death. Found in the Dinaledi Chamber, the remains opens up more mysteries about our past.
Tutu leaves his mark on Maropeng

Tutu leaves his mark on Maropeng

"We all belong to one family, which is the family of ubuntu," Archbishop Emeritus Desmond Tutu said as he became the latest South African to add his footprint to the Cradle of Humankind World Heritage Site in Maropeng, outside Krugersdorp.

Stargazing in Joburg: it’s possible

South Africa is fast gaining a reputation as a leading stargazing destination, but the stars don’t come out just for people in the country’s most remote areas.
Africa is the place to see stars

New fox species found at Malapa

South Africa’s renowned Malapa cave at the Cradle of Humankind World Heritage site in Gauteng has yielded yet another discovery – a two-million-year old previously unknown fossil fox.
Fossils tell the mammal story

A fun approach to science teaching

Two women from Wits University’s Institute for Human Evolution are inspiring a new generation of scientists in South Africa by reaching out to children who have not had much exposure to career opportunities in the discipline.

A fun approach to science teaching

Two women from Wits University’s Institute for Human Evolution are inspiring a new generation of scientists in South Africa by reaching out to children who have not had much exposure to career opportunities in the discipline.
Fossils tell the mammal story

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