Category: Community

Numerous Amendments to Water By-laws

The City of Cape Town last month approved a number of amendments to the Water By-law. In addition to noting the amendments, the City encourages residents to familiarise themselves with what is required of them in terms of this legislation. Read more below: On 31 May 2018, Council voted to approve a number of proposed

How to Keep Chickens at Home

From Babylonstoren blog – If you still have not visited why deny yourself? Free-roaming chickens can often be spotted scratching in the garden and plucking pesky bugs off our farm produce. We have five different types of chicken here at Babylonstoren – Boschvelders and Potch Koekoeks in the garden, as well as the Leghorns, Araucanas and Lohmann

No More Bare Feet – Uphawu

What it is? “No More Bare Feet” was established in 2016 by Mondeka Mabibini, as the second leg of the Uphawu Community Development organisation, of which she is the founder. What’s our Aim? The aim of the No More Bare Feet campaign is to give children in the rural areas of the Eastern Cape, where

Red Cross Charity Drive Zumbathon

You’re helping the ICU medical team warm up little ones… from their toes to their ears By contributing much-needed funds to equip the brand new paediatric Intensive Care Unit (ICU) at the Red Cross War Memorial Children’s Hospital, you’ve helped the Children’s Hospital Trust purchase a Giraffe Warmer for the Neonatal High Care Unit.  

Volunteer Wildfire Services Open Day 2017

The annual Volunteer Wildfire Services Open Day is back, and the public are invited for family-orientated day where the volunteers demonstrate their fire-fighting skills and raise awareness about wildfires. Pre-register your children HERE – https://goo.gl/forms/Suec41X0HgNoMFKh1 – to fast track the process on the day. Registration of your children will be compulsory to allow them to partake in