Ekurhuleni Jewellery Project photo

Article 10/09/2014

Ekurhuleni Jewellery Project

The Ekurhuleni Jewellery Project was officially launched in 2009 as a training and business incubator programme. The project provides support for the industry by providing Industry Based Skills Programmes. These programmes vary in length and have specific outcomes, aligned with the industry requirements and individual development. Read More


Kumba Mines Community Project photo

Article 10/09/2014

Kumba Mines Community Project

Kumba Iron Ore launched a R 16 million bio-energy and organic vegetable farming project in Thabazimbi . As part of its approach to sustainable development, Kumba Iron Ore’s Thabazimbi mine handed over the project to the community of Regorogile. Read More


Megatane Trading photo

Article 10/09/2014

Megatane Trading

Daile Mafogo, a successful young farmer who used to be a bank teller has received training on crop production from the Madzivhandila College of Agriculture. He produces baby marrows, green beans, butternuts, and tomatoes, amongst other agricultural products, which he plants on his 12ha piece of land. Read More


Showcase of Land Reform Projects for Women’s Day photo

Article 10/09/2014

Showcase of Land Reform Projects for Women’s Day

August was women’s month and it ended on a high note when the Department of Rural Development and Land Reform in the North West Province showcased the successful Land Reform projects which have been allocated to women. Read More


Minister Meets District 6 Claimants photo

Article 09/09/2014

Minister Meets District 6 Claimants

The Minister of Rural Development and Land Reform, Mr. Gugile Nkwinti, held a meeting with all District Six claimants who lodged claims by the end of 1998. The Minister hopes to fast track the third phase of District Six’s development to have the elderly in houses by Christmas. The Minister has been quoted as saying, “... old people are a priority. Read More


SA AGRI Workshops photo

Article 09/09/2014

SA AGRI Workshops

SA AGRI Workshops, which will be commencing on the 7th & 8th of October, is a unique exhibition which aims to attract more than 10 000 farmers from all over South Africa. This expo includes farmer’s information days, workshops and exhibition stands, conferences and annual general meetings. Read More


Tinghwazi Project photo

Article 09/09/2014

Tinghwazi Project

Tinghwazi Primary School is situated in Moyakayaka village in Tzaneen, an area high in umemployment and school drop-outs. Through Pioneer Foods’ funding in 2012, the school managed to establish a permaculture food garden and environmental greening project. Read More


Tino Tech Funda Youth Project photo

Article 09/09/2014

Tino Tech Funda Youth Project

The Tino Tech Funda Youth Project is a non-profit organization that provides young kids with the skills to communicate in the digital age by teaching them computer skills. The project focuses on crèche kids and primary school learners to facilitate and stimulate their intellectual development at an early age. Read More


Letha Ithuba Non Profit Organisation photo

Article 08/09/2014

Letha Ithuba Non Profit Organisation

The Letha Ithuba non-profit organisation aims to tackle issues facing rural communities in South Africa through the implementation of three different phases namely education, health awareness and skills development. Career guidance, tutoring and mentorship programmes, as well as a library and book drive project will be undertaken as part of the educational phase. Read More


Semana Permaculture Project photo

Article 08/09/2014

Semana Permaculture Project

Semana Primary School is situated in the Mohlatlareng Village in Limpopo. The area has a high unemployment rate and many of the community members rely on pension and child support grants for survival. The development of a sustainable permaculture food garden and environmental greening project at the school benefited the learners, educators and the community at large. Read More