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The Zamani Project have visited this site several times since the first spatial documentation in 2005 as a part of the Wonderwerk Cave Research Project, an interdisciplinary and international collaboration that was initiated to explore this and other early archaeological sites in the region. This 3D Model was done in 2011. In the dolomite rocks of the Kuruman Hills is one of South Africa’s archaeological treasures, which offers a glimpse into the very distant past. Translated from Afrikaans, Wonderwerk means ‘miracle’. The cave itself extends some 139 metres into the earth, and preserves a record of almost two million years of human activity. Extensive archaeological work has been done at Wonderwerk, and research from this site has generated significant insights into Southern African human history, including what is known as ‘the oldest controlled fire’.