Geologists continue human fossils search


Senior Archaeologist and Heritage Manager at the Botswana National Museum, Phillip Segadika, has collaborated with geo-archaeologist Professor Laurent Bruxelles from France in a research of human origins at Gcwihaba caves.

Even though their three-year project, which started in 2020 elapsed, the duo managed to get four-year funding and managed to lobby for funding for three Batswana students of Masters of Archaeology, Biology and Zoology.

In an interview with Arts&Culture, Segadika described Bruxelles as the ‘bishop’ of the archaeological world.

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