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September Saturday Student: Heather Forrer

Heather Forrer completed her undergraduate BSc degree at the University of Cape Town (UCT) in...

September Friday Freelancer – Mariëtte Wheeler

Mariëtte Wheeler – regular freelancer for Antarctic Legacy of South Africa was born and bred a...

GOUGH 66 departed for Gough Island on 19 September 2020.

Gough Island is located at 40°S, 9°W – 2600 km from East Pier, Cape Town Harbour. (Image above by...

DEFF: International Series to be filmed on Marion Island

Department of Environment Forestry and Fisheries Media Release: International wildlife documentary...

DEFF: SA Agulhas II will depart for Gough Island under strict health protocols

Department of Environment Forestry and Fisheries : Media Statement - 15 September 2020 : SA...

Sunday Science: Rethinking the Antarctic Gateways

Antarctic cities and the global commons: Rethinking the Gateways – project by Institute for...

Saturday Student: Rudzani Silima

Rudzani Silima (Rudzi) have from a young age, always known that she would pursue a career in...

Friday Freelancer: Sandra Durand

A friend of mine once told me that I am a borne civil servant, and it turns out she was right....

Monday Men: Nish Devanunthan

Nish Devanunthan is the Director of Southern Oceans & Antarctic Support  in the...

SANAP celebrates Women in Antarctica on SA National Women’s Day!

                    On South Africa’s National...
September Saturday Student: Heather Forrer

September Saturday Student: Heather Forrer

Heather Forrer completed her undergraduate BSc degree at the University of Cape Town (UCT) in 2015, majoring in Ocean and Atmospheric Sciences and Marine Biology. She then went on to complete her...

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Saturday Student: Rudzani Silima

Saturday Student: Rudzani Silima

Rudzani Silima (Rudzi) have from a young age, always known that she would pursue a career in environmental conservation and science. “I grew up in the very small town of Louis Trichardt, surrounded...

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Friday Freelancer: Sandra Durand

Friday Freelancer: Sandra Durand

A friend of mine once told me that I am a borne civil servant, and it turns out she was right. Although I got accepted at the University of the Free State to study civil engineering after I...

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Monday Men: Nish Devanunthan

Monday Men: Nish Devanunthan

Nish Devanunthan is the Director of Southern Oceans & Antarctic Support  in the Department of Environment Forestry and Fisheries: Oceans & Coasts. Nish hails from a small town in Kwazulu Natal on the North Coast. Nish spent the first 10 years of his...

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Friday Freelancer : Sydney Cullis

Sydney Cullis’s hobby turned out to be a bonus for the preservation of the Legacy of South Africa in the Antarctic region. " It all started in 1993 when our son, James, was in Matric he had to produce a talk for one of the school societies and, as the Fiennes/Stroud...

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