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What did you do in the war, Daddy?

Posted by on 11th October 2019

Text by Solar Santa (Ronnie Jack). Free pictures from Pixabay I grew up in the aftermath of World War 2. My father served in armoured cars in North Africa against Rommel’s Afrika Korps. As a child I would ask him …More »

Moop Map 2018

Posted by on 28th June 2018

Its finally here – the news you’ve all been waiting for! So, who was naughty, who was nice and who was, well, just a total fokken mess? What did our LNT crew do in the desert this year? LNT – …More »

Leave No Trace – It Starts With YOU!

Posted by on 20th March 2018

Words: Princess Caralot  / Photos: as credited on shot   There is nothing quite like being in a position to watch Tankwa Town disappear bit by bit until nothing remains. The landscape in which we hold our event each year …More »

MOOP Map 2017

Posted by on 3rd August 2017

                                                                            words: Sonica Kirsten, Cara Morris, Papa Deadly   It’s here! Yep – once again our crack team* of Moop hunters, Leave No Trace lovers and map-makers have compiled this year’s comprehensive guide to what traces were left where, after …More »

Ten tips for a Greener Burn

Posted by on 7th April 2017

Green Hacks And Eco Tricks From Burners Like You “As one of 13 000-plus burners,” I said to the very busy and handy AfrikaBurn online community forum, “how can I create a cleaner, more eco-friendly AfrikaBurn?” Here are ten eco tips, …More »

Lost Bikes?

Posted by on 11th May 2016

Lost bikes? They’re a headache – but because we leave no trace, we do bring back positively identified bikes. If yours was found and ID’d, read this so you can get yours back, by June 16th. More »

Camp MOOP How To

Posted by on 14th April 2016

Leave No Trace really means just that: once you’ve packed up your camp, the only thing visible should be scuff marks and footprints in the dust. No matchsticks, no cigarette butts, no string – hell, not so much as a false eyelash. Heed Princess Caralot’s MOOP tips, and sort your (camp) kak out. More »

Trash Talk

Posted by on 29th February 2016

How to reduce waste at the burn – and even before you leave? Princess Caralot’s got all the answers in this, the first of a series of posts designed to get you talking trash and reducing MOOP. More »

MOOP Map 2014

Posted by on 8th August 2014

It was notably cleaner than last year – a big shout out to all you Burners out there for leaving far less of a trace than previous years! That said…there’s still many areas that could improve. More »

MOOP Management

Posted by on 22nd April 2014

MOOP is everyone’s responsibility – and here’s a handy guide to make managing your MOOP that much easier both in Tankwa Town and once you leave. More »

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