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HomeBurn: a trilogy in four parts ~ Part 2: The Phoenix at the End of the Pangolin

Posted by on 20th May 2020

Words by Solar Santa with Nathan Victor Honey, May 2020 Photos by Nathan Honey except the one of himself (header image taken by Mark Thomas) Solar Santa continues on his dusty virtual journey into the heart of HomeBurn 2020. This …More »

HomeBurn: a trilogy in four parts ~ Part 1: The Hitchhiker’s Guide to HomeBurn

Posted by on 19th May 2020

Words by Solar Santa with Scheepers de Bruin, May 2020 (featured image photo by Gita Claassen) It was my plan to complete a trilogy of Burn stories in 2020. Like so many Burn plans it crashed and burnt (symbolically) when …More »

Clan 2020 – Call For Input

Posted by on 7th January 2020

In 2020, our Clan effigy will stand for the last time at Stonehenge – and as part of its design, the creators of our central artwork are calling out for your input. Part of our Clan effigy plans for 2020 …More »

Tankwa Town has found a new home!

Posted by on 16th October 2019

We’ve got a big announcement to make folks – Tankwa Town has a new home! Next year at our 2020 main annual event we’ll bid farewell to our beloved Stoney – and in 2021 Tankwa Town will rise from the …More »

The Whimsy of a Wallflower in the Wasteland

Posted by on 13th June 2019

                     Words by Gernus Oosthuizen on June 1, 2019   Rising like a dusty mirage out of the Karoo heat, there’s a city that many call home. It’s a manifestation of our collective imagination and the culmination of our collective …More »

Painted Boots and a Beard ~ Part 1

Posted by on 23rd May 2019

 Writing and pictures by Solar Santa. The adventures of Solar Santa at the Burn 2019 in no particular order It is first light. The cherry picker is high in the sky and the DPW (Department of Public Works) electrician hard …More »

Our 2019 Survey is here!

Posted by on 15th May 2019

It would be true to say that there isn’t one AfrikaBurn experience – rather, there are as many as there are participants in Tankwa Town, and every person will see and experience a different event, depending on their engagement in …More »

Decompression is ON!

Posted by on 15th May 2019

  Together, we created an incredible Ephemeropolis in the dust – and now that the dust has settled, we gather to share our experiences at the Decompression. Just like Tankwa Town, our Decom is a blank canvas where you’re the …More »

Painted Boots and a Beard ~ Part 2

Posted by on 13th May 2019

 Writing and pictures by Solar Santa. Welcome back to Solar Santa’s continuing adventures. The journey to the Karoo is an ordeal. But an essential rite of passage. After over a thousand kilometres of tar road, in an overloaded car, the …More »

DPW 2019 – STEP UP & SIGN UP!

Posted by on 1st November 2018

If it’s November, then it’s open season on DPW signups. Here’s word from Princess Caralot, our DPW Crew Wrangler:     Howzit people of the dust! Are you thinking of applying to be on DPW but you’re not sure what …More »

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