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KZN Museum Curator, Ghilrean Laue, recently attended a Student Development Workshop held in Lesotho (5-11 December 2018). This workshop was mainly for Archaeology students in Southern Africa (i.e. South Africa, Lesotho, Zimbabwe, Botswana and Malawi). The aim of the workshop was to encourage networking between students and professionals, in sharing ideas, opening dialogues between archaeologists and community. One of the longstanding partners of this initiative is PAST and ASAPA (Association of Southern African Professional Archaeologist) and new partners PGS Heritage (Professional Grave Solution). Ghilrean Laue presented two talks, one on “Getting your work published" and the other on "Rock Art documentation and Surveying".

 

Price increase effective 1st April 2019

After many years the KZN Museum has decided to increase certain prices, including entrance fees. The entry fees which are considered a real bargain fo...

KZN Museum Award at Scifest 2019

Marsha Kalika, Chief Education Officer: Outreach from the KZN Museum, has once again scooped an award at the annual Scifest 2019 which was held in Gra...

Customer Relationship Management Training

KZN Museum frontline staff attended a two day Customer Relationship Management training course, facilitated by Victor Sibeko, CEO of the Public Relati...

Fun activities at the Museum this Holiday!

The KZN Museum is definitely the place to visit this end of term break. The Museum has ensured two weeks of fun activities to make sure no one will be...

March Holiday Programme

KZN Museum holiday programme: Activities are from 9am - 11am each day at a cost of R 25 per child per day. To make your booking call Nozipho on 033-34...

KZN Museum Book Swap

Reminder: DROP OFF YOUR BOOKS AT THE MUSEUM THIS WEEKEND AND RECEIVE A FREE BAG + FREE ENTRY TICKETS. (VALID FOR SATURDAY & SUNDAY) The KZN Museum ...

Educational Outreach Programme

Part of the KZN Museum’s Educational Outreach Programme focuses on providing environmental education and CAPS aligned Life Science Content to local co...

SCIFEST AFRICA 2019

Museum Education officers Akhona Lukhozi and Marsha Kalika will be attending the South Africa National Science Festival (SciFest) in Grahamstown in Ma...

Donate your books to the Museum!

In celebration of National Library Week the KZN Museum is going to host a book swap in March. The public are invited to drop off any unwanted books th...

New tarantula species discovered!

A new species of tarantula with a peculiar horn-like structure sticking out of its back was recently identified the team of Drs John Midgley and Ian E...

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