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HailStorm-November2023-Johannesburg We bid 2023 goodbye – another tough year for South Africans Posted on Looking back on  2023 The normal brash, go-for-it, chaotic buzzy Jozi, starts to wind down towards mid-December as Joburgers head… Read more MadGiant_TapRoom Craighall Park: a hub of eateries and entertainment venues for all Posted on Best of both worlds- lots of choice but within quiet surroundings Craighall Park is remarkable in that it has a… Read more dungbeetle-in-cap Dung beetles and the stars …did you know? Posted on Dance of the Dung Beetles by Marcus Byrne and Helen Lunn There is a lot that is special about this… Read more Oak tree-2 The story of Liz at Lancaster Posted on Guests sometimes ask ‘Why the acorn logo?’ and ‘Why did you start a B&B?’  In 1994, when I was still… Read more Swartkrans 001 An idiots’ guide to the origins of humankind: part 1 Posted on Human ancestory: fraught with complexity Africa and South Africa in particular, have been the site and source of many ground-breaking… Read more walking to Orland West #JoziWalks 2018: Mooki Street, Orlando East, so rich in Heritage Posted on There are more places in Soweto than Vilakazi Street   Which name is more famous when it comes to tourist and… Read more Williamson installation New Art Works for Liz at Lancaster Posted on Prints, posters and postcards  I can’t afford the artworks I love, so I am a serious cheat – if I… Read more Pentecostal Melville More on African Independent Churches – the Pentecostal and Charismatic Churches Posted on African Independent Churches [AIC] Continued: Pentecostal, Apostolic and Charismatic Churches In previous posts I looked at the difference between the… Read more bookbox user Reading matters: Liz at Lancaster’s community lending library Posted on ‘Begin at the beginning, the King said, very gravely, and go on till you come to the end: then stop.’… Read more
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