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The identification of Thulamela Heritage site in the Kruger National Park took place at the same time when south Africa was undergoing democratic dispensation.
Dry-stone walls of the Thulamela Heritage Site were rebuilt into a Zimbabwe-type ruins.
Many different aretifacts including golden beads were discovered.
Human remains were uncovered.It is a site where communities of the Venda and Shangaan cultural groups were claiming ownership of the site.
The events at Thulamela did not go unnoticed world wide.
Tourists from the local communities and international visitors to the Kruger National Park were attracted to Thulamela - putting pressure on the site.School groups from the Limpopo Province visiting the site increased.
Animals like Impalas,Elephants, Klipspringers,Kudus, etc started to disturb the integrity and authenticity of the walls that were.
As a result, they had to be maintained regularly.
This book's focus is more on advising the powers that be, to appropriately manage Thulamela Heritage Site.
It is the first of its kind to be published.
It should therefore serve as a launching pad for Heritage Management in South Africa and the rest of the world.
Mr.Nemaheni was born at Ha-Makuya in Venda-South Africa,on 17 January 1967.He holds an MA Museum and Heritage Studies from the University of Pretoria.
He worked on Robben Island Museum and World Heritage Site, Kruger National Park, Mapungubwe World Heritage Site and Cradle of Humankind World Heritage Site.
He is now Director of Museums and Heritage
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