Why 'Bushman banter' was crucial to hunter-gatherers' evolutionary success
Understanding how this group survived could be key to our sustainability. The Ju/’hoansi people of the Kalahari have always been fiercely egalitarian. They hate inequality or showing off and shun formal leadership institutions. James Suzman reflects on why this is what's made them part of the most successful, sustainable civilisation in human history.
From The Guardian