This little fella came tumbling from the ceiling of the reed roof of the unit where we stayed in the Kruger Park. Firmly attached to it's side was another one of its kind. They landed in the rinsing basin where I was preparing food. So I chased them out of the basin and finally the biter let go. One can still see where the upper layer of skin was torn by the bite, to its side. No, these ones don't have teeth.
By the time I got the camera, it has moved this position against the window pane.
Apparently, we have 61 gecko species in our country, but there is no database from which I could identify which one this is.