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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 2016

Posted by on 22nd July 2016

(words: Cara Morris)   It’s that time folks! It’s time to settle in for the dirtiest news of the year – it’s time for the AfrikaBurn X MOOP Map. This year was bigger! It had more people! More love! More …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 »

Green Your Burn

Posted by on 22nd April 2014
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You’re probably going to drive to in your carbon belching car (or truck), and will take lots of litter that you are not going to leave lying around. Right? Here are a few tips to greening your burn from Jezebel. Because dolphins.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 »

How To Manage Your Camp Waste

Posted by on 15th April 2014
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With every participant at AfrikaBurn expected to be radically self reliant, it’s an excellent idea to plan ahead in terms of waste management. Here’s a handy how-to guide and some great tips. More »

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