This name comes from the extensive stands of bamboo interspersed amongst the larger forest hardwoods. The bamboo and thick ground cover of ferns, vines, and other plant growth severely hinder direct access on foot.
Also known as the "Place of Darkness"...
Darkness of the mind too. The park administration saw nothing peculiar about this colonial practice, neither did the 'masters'.
Lindiwe Sisulu was right about one thing, that we have colonised minds, she pointed at our judiciary - in other parts of Africa they still wear blonde coloured wigs.
NoDolly said they lick the spittle of the 'superior race'... she touched a nerve, Zondo & Thuli felt insulted.
(Pic surfaced in Jan 2022)....
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