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Sunday, May 5 • 08:00 - 14:00
Visit to Sterkfontein caves

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The purpose of this field trip is to visit the Sterkfontein caves, which is also known as the Cradle of Humankind. In 2000, it was declared as a World Heritage Site. In the light of the SASUF theme 1 (climate change, natural resources and sustainability) we will learn and discuss about the human evolution and its effect on planet Earth.

To attend the Workshops on climate change  (see links below) or the visit to the Sterkfontein cave, please write to Rasheed.Adeleke@nwu.ac.za at the latest by 30th April 2019.

Linked to workshops taking place on May 6 & 7:
https://sasuf.sched.com/event/L7iD/microbial-diversity-and-biotechnology-for-a-sustainable-future
https://sasuf.sched.com/event/OFgD/sustainable-plant-soil-and-arthropod-management-towards-a-safe-productive-and-diverse-biosphere

Departure from Pretoria: 08h00; Cave visit: 09h00 to 13h00, Departure time from Johannesburg: 14h00

Contact information:

Rasheed Adeleke, Associate Professor, Unit for Environmental Science and Management, NWU, South Africa, Rasheed.Adeleke@nwu.ac.za, +27 (0)18 299 2495.


Sunday May 5, 2019 08:00 - 14:00
Johannesburg