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26 October 2014 - Kirstenbosch Craft Market

The market consists of approximately 180 crafters selling hand-crafted goods. Proudly South African, this is a genuine craft...

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SANBI Events

26 October 2014
The market consists of approximately 180 crafters selling hand-crafted goods. Proudly South African, this is a genuine craft...
26 October 2014
This is a fundraiser in which SOAPkidz has engaged with more than thirty local artists. There will be art to please everyone’s...
27 October 2014
There are walks at 10h00 and 14h00 from Monday to Friday and an additional walk on Tuesday at 11h00. On Saturday there is one...

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22 October 2014
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Weed-buster Month increases public understanding of the problems alien plants can cause.Read more
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A SANBI resident botanical artist, Gillian Condy, organised the international competition.Read more
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14 October 2014
A CREW volunteer, Nicky van Berkel, stumbled on the new species.Read more

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The Spotted Eagle-Owl is the most common large owl in southern Africa.

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