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Tshidi Ramabu
Works at Council of Scientific and Industrial Research
Attended Rhodes University
Lives in Centurion
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I've changed the name of my blog. So it is simplified now tramabu.blogspot.com
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Those other cups can't deny!
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These are just a lot of lubber grasshoppers (Romalea guttata).
It's amazing how long these insects are here at this place. No one eats. Yes, of course, are so toxic. The black with yellow line are nymphs, the yellow close-up. The images show the development of the grasshopper within 10 days.

#insectphotography   #nationalgeographic   #naturephotography   #wildlifephotography   #smartphonephotography   #animals  
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Check out this video on YouTube: National Prayer Day SA
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"What you seek is seeking you" ~ Rumi
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Reduce - Reuse - Recycle
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Oh wow! When can we safely say that we are free? When can we say that we have ridden ourselves of our burdens? Is it possible to be truly free from the chains that are so much a part of you? Is life not meant to be lived with a little bit of resistance. We need something weighing us down so we can work towards our goal knowing the hardships we had to go through. 

That’s me. Asking a question, and then answering it mid-sentence. Such is life. There is so much to discover, so much to see. 
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Recycle Food Waste, Feed the Soil!
 
At Earth Probiotic we don't grow plants. We grow the soil, and the soil grows plants. If you want to know more about how we do this, email us at info@earthprobiotic.com
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3 Springhill Close, Sandton, Gauteng
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Botany; Research; Microbiology; Zoology; Accounting; Project Management; Administration; Blogging; Social Media;
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  • Council of Scientific and Industrial Research
    Science - Policy Interface, 2016 - present
    Assist in the duties of the Intergovernmental Science-Policy Platform on Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services (IPBES) Technical Support Unit (TSU) for the Africa Assessment.
  • Earth Probiotic Recycling Solutions (Pty) Ltd.
    Account Manager, 2015 - 2016
    I mainly handle the office administration of the company. I also facilitate the relationship with our clients. I am working on some Product Development in the company.
  • Rhodes University Grounds and Gardens
    Horticulturist Intern, 2013 - 2013
    The awesomeness of gardening and general plant stuff...
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Centurion
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Grahamstown - Cape Town
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i am awesome, and that's what scares you!!!
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  • Rhodes University
    Botany and Microbiology, 2010 - 2012
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Finding a parking spot as a visitor can be quite a mission. Come early for a meeting. Oh and you can't access the cafeteria if you don't have a access card. The security was really friendly and the golf cart drivers too.
Public - 3 weeks ago
reviewed 3 weeks ago
I wish the mall had two levels 😂 the walk can be tiring.
Public - 3 weeks ago
reviewed 3 weeks ago
I love the diversity in Germany! An Ethiopian restaurant right here! On one of the hottest nights I didn't expect a warm draught of beer. The service was quite slow, but that could have just been because we were a big group? The wait was really long between eeeevvvveeerrryyything! Whether it was waiting for drinks, or food or our bill! So I suggest to come as two and four people, nothing more than that unless you make a reservation the night before so they can prepare for you. Our waiter, Amy, was a delight! She spoke fluent English, which made all the difference!
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Public - a month ago
reviewed a month ago
There really should have on street parking, or undercover parking for clients.
Public - a month ago
reviewed a month ago
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Great venue for a conference! I just wish the wifi was stronger.
Public - a month ago
reviewed a month ago
The staff is really friendly and I am looking forward to spending the rest if my week here. I have a non smoking room but the corridors smell heavily of smoke :/
Public - a month ago
reviewed a month ago
We celebrated my friend's babyshower there on Sunday afternoon. When looking at the pictures of the hotel online the garden looks much bigger than it is, but it is perfect for a quaint event. We had lots of fun and the food was really great! Try the butternut soup. The rooms upstairs were also amazing. The lack of parking and the steep slopes are a bit challenging and the entrance was a bit of a mission to navigate to. But all in all it is a great venue.
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reviewed a month ago