The popular audio-visual presentation in the Rock Art Centre at Kamberg Nature Reserve is back in operation.
The audio-visual equipment and digital tapes were stolen last November. After attempts to recover them proved fruitless, they have been replaced.
“This theft was a blow because the A/V presentation was very popular with visitors,” Mr Barry Marshall, Director of Amafa/Heritage and Secretary of the KwaZulu-Natal Rock Art Trust – which administers rock art centres in the province – said today (Sunday). “A lot of people contacted us, dismayed that it seemed to have been withdrawn.
“We went to a lot of trouble and quite a bit of expense, but now it is replaced and the Kamberg again offers a special experience in the appreciation of rock art.”