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Nomfundo Phewa – Lighting Up Lives In Zululand

Nomfundo Phewa is bringing sunshine into 130 homesteads in deep rural Mkhuze and we’re not talking about her radiant smile ...
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Lost Cities and Settlements of the Kruger National Park

The African Conservation Trust’s Heritage Unit has recently returned from a 15 day fieldwork mission to the Kruger National Park ...
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Etienne Gerber: ZAP-Wing Pilot

“The bigger the plane, the further away from home you’ll be flying,” pilot Etienne Gerber was told. This resulted in ...
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Mending Fences

Paul Cryer – Manager of the Applied Ecology Unit (ACT) Paul Cryer is an experienced fence mender. He doesn’t have ...
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Smiles in Inanda

Joe Ntshangase smiles broadly when asked if his sister sometimes takes his veggies. The vegetable garden that Joe and Jabu ...
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Verge Gardens and the shift in consciousness towards a ‘Gift Culture’

Repost of a blog by Karen Zunckel - Zunckel Ecological + Environmental Services - https://zunckelecological.wordpress.com/ Nicky Kretzman started a share ...
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Urban Victory Gardens

Food Security is a hot topic in South Africa. Millions of people in Africa’s largest economy go hungry each day ...
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2012 and Beyond…

It’s the 16th of January 2012 and we’re taking some time to nail down the cunning plans we hatched in ...
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The Paradox of Water

Some rambling thoughts as we approach a long weekend... Two articles featured in Pietermaritzburg’s The Witness last week on Wednesday ...
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Building a legacy of action – Project Rhino KZN

Francois du Toit: CEO: African Conservation Trust: A member of Project Rhino KZN As KwaZulu Natal, South Africa hosts the ...
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