In April, Ghilraen Laue (Human Sciences Department) and Samukelisiwe Ngubane (Education Department) visited St Martin’s Pre-primary in Durban to educate the learners about archaeology. The 144 pre-schoolers were given a lecture punctuated by fun activities where they learned the basics of archaeology and archaeological methods. This was followed by two interactive activities where the learners got to practice painting with natural pigments like the San and where they got to experience what it is like to take part in an archaeological excavation
National Science Week from the 29 July – 3 August., a celebration of science. 2019 theme is “Facing the harsh realities of climate change”. The KZN Museum has put together an exciting programme of activities that include in-house programmes, outreach initiatives (with learners, businesses and other stakeholders); members of the public, shopping centres and libraries.
Visit our stand outside the Pick n Pay court at the Liberty Midlands Mall from the 29 July - 3 August to learn more about the "Harsh Realities of Climate Change".