Young scientists attend AFQUA congress

Young scientists attend AFQUA congress

As part of our mandate to invest in African scientists, we recently funded a number of African scientists to attend the African Quaternary, Environments, Ecology and Humans (AFQUA) congress.
Taking place at the National Museum of Kenya in Nairobi from July 14th to 22nd, this international congress brought together developed

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PAST supports Koobi Fora Field School in Kenya 2018

PAST supports Koobi Fora Field School in Kenya 2018

PAST was once again a key funder for African students attending the 2018 Koobi Fora Field School which took place in Kenya from June 9th to July 22nd.
This acclaimed international field research and training programme provides a deeply immersive experience for palaeoanthropology students to explore one of the most

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PAST and Lead SA – A Shared Heritage

PAST and Lead SA – A Shared Heritage

Celebrating our Shared Heritage with PAST
On a Heritage Day mission, 702 Radio presenter Phumelo Motene, visited the University of the Witwatersrand’s Evolutionary Studies Institute in Braamfontein, to discover the shared origins of humankind as a means of enhancing African dignity and promoting tolerance of diversity and nature conservation in

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Past featured in The Star newspaper

Past featured in The Star newspaper

The Star article – 4 October 2017
Custodians of our African heritage.
Ours is the only continent to have the full record of fossil evidence for the development of humans

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CAJ News Africa / 11 November 2015

CAJ News Africa / 11 November 2015

A NEW campaign has been launched to celebrate Africa as the birthplace of humankind and improve the public’s awareness of their shared origins. Tagged the “All From One” campaign it is the brainchild of the Palaeontological Scientific Trust (PAST) and its key partners, which include the Department of Science and

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