The Sci-Bono Discovery Centre hosts Palaeolithic Lascaux Cave exhibition

The Sci-Bono Discovery Centre in Johannesburg South Africa is hosting an art exhibition of the icons Palaeolithic Lascaux Cave paintings from France, and the Southern African companion exhibit offering an insight into rock art .Doctor More Chakane, chief executive officer for Sci-Bono Discovery Centre says the prehistoric visuals have contributed to humankind's earliest masterpieces. The art pieces have been hidden below the Earth's surface for a period of about 17000 years and the Southern African rock art is said to be 100 000 years old.