Waking Up – Vuka

  6.11.2017   Lauren   Uncategorized   No comments

Follow me to school… Meet Mihlali and Siya. Cousins living in Rini village situated in the former Transkei. Mihlali lives with her aunt and uncle here because her mom works

Projects Update

  11.10.2017   Lauren   Uncategorized   No comments

It’s high time for a catch up with all our project partners on what has been going on in their neck of the woods these last few months: Ncinci Ones

Reading for Fun

  29.09.2017   Lauren   Uncategorized   No comments

This month I would like to introduce you to Nal’ibali, an organisation built on the simple logic that a well-established culture of reading can be a real game-changer for education

Using tech in rural areas

Technology has the potential to radically reinforce and support what’s being taught in the classroom. When it comes to technology, our rural areas should be prioritised and not ignored.  The

Meet our new business partners: CAW

Cape Armature Winders (CAW) was established 47 years ago and has built up a reputation as one of the premier service providers of electrical and mechanical repairs to AC and

AGM 2017

  30.06.2017   Jess Will   Uncategorized   No comments

This was not your average Annual General Meeting. There was a buzz in the air, the kind that sparks inspiration. It could have been the array of delicious snacks and

Breaking Ground

  13.06.2017   Lauren   Uncategorized   No comments

The Ncinci Ones building project is underway! This little school that started only a year ago has 27 children currently on the waiting list. With the expansion, they will be

The Principal’s Takeover

There was a flurry of emotive chatter when the presenter asked the roomful of teachers what type of trauma their pupils would be likely to experience daily? They needed no

High five Coffee Shack!

  2.05.2017   Lauren   Uncategorized   No comments

Last month was for fresh air and adventure…this month is for celebrating! Coffee Shack (the guys who started and continue to be intricately involved in the running of Sustainable Coffee Bay

A Wild Coast travel diary

  31.03.2017   Lauren   Uncategorized   No comments

Monday 27th Flew into Mthatha airport and drove two hours to Coffee Bay, dodging the Transkei big five along the way. It’s always great to catch up with everyone from