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Fire Making in a South African Village

By Andrew MombadiyaniBy Andrew Mombondiyani, a science reporter from Zimbabwe. Andrew is currently a Knight Science Journalism fellow at MIT. HOST INTRODUCTION: Host Intro:Traditional music is still part of the Makuleke people in South Africa. Makuleke is a remote village sharing a boundary with Kruger National Park in Limpopo Province. It is distinct with its round grass thatched huts. But beside music, the traditional way of making fire is still a revered art among the people. Andrew Mambondiyani reports from Makuleke Village, South Africa:

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Knight Science Journalism Fellows 2010-2011

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