The juvenile hominid skeleton (Australopithecus sediba) unveiled to the world by Wits Professor Lee Berger, just over a month ago, has been given a new name: Karabo.
Karabo means 'answer' in Setswana. The name was submitted by 17-year-old Omphemetse Keepile, a student at St. Mary's School in Waverly, Johannesburg.
Keepile says that she came up with the name 'Karabo' because 'it suggests that answers are present [and] that more answers will follow'.
Vastly better than most.