The next instalment of the Indawo, Abantu, Injongo eKhayelitsha initiative takes the weekly clean-ups one step further, through recycling. Building on the success of the
Back in mid-2021, The Umvoto Foundation (TUF) team approached Forge to host a digital version of their first in a series of geotrails around southern
Building on the already strong relationship between The Umvoto Foundation (TUF) and the Edith Stephens Nature Reserve (ESNR), TUF was asked to do a demonstration
As the year draws to a close, it brings with it an end to the current phase of one of our transformative art projects –
TUF and IAIAsa hosted students from various tertiary institutions for a tour around the Edith Stephens Nature Reserve. The tour highlighted the importance of the Nature Reserve, the Lotus Canal and the underlying Cape Flats Aquifer in relation to its surrounding environment and communities.
As part of the Indawo, Abantu, Injongo E Khayelitsha initiative, we have begun the process of recycling building rubble in order to create concrete benches. The project demonstrates the importance of finding creative ways to reduce waste in the area.
This Heritage Day we celebrate the abundant overflowing of our dams, as the rainfall appears to have returned to what Capetonians refer to as the
Alongside local artist Seth, we have recently completed one of our projects in Khayelitsha – an art mural. This forms part of the Indawo, Abantu, Injongo E Khayelitsha initiative started by Busiswa Nomyayi. We got the opportunity to interview Seth about the role that art can play in this initiative.
We know that climate change will, and is already, impacting the hydrogeological cycle. Although the longer term (50 to 100 year) predictions remain unclear, with
Sustainable Development Goals Community involvement in climate change (CC) adaptation is an important tool to ensure the longevity and sustainability of incorporating the United Nations
Umvoto Africa’s research and innovation director, Dr. Chris Hartnady, recently presented at the virtual Naukluft Mountains Symposium on one of the planned geotrails, The Henno
Stewardship Training In November 2019, Busiswa Nomayi (Busi), from Khayelitsha, participated in The Umvoto Foundation’s Stewardship Training Course, delivered in partnership with the Edith Stephens