COP 27 Done and Dusted – So What Now?
COP 27 which was dubbed as an African COP because it was held on the African soil happened at a time when inequality in South Africa and the entire world was and is still worsening; costs of living are going up tremendously; and unemployment skyrocketing especially among the youth in South Africa, amid a crippling energy crisis and a life-threatening heat wave which has claimed the lives of Seven Farm Workers in the Kakamas in the Northern Cape in South Africa.
Remembering Wangari Maathai – Ecofeminist
Wangari Maathai was a Kenyan environmental and political activist who was a pioneering figure in the eco-feminist movement.
She was the first African woman to receive the Nobel Peace Prize and was a fierce advocate for the rights of women and the environment.
Maathai was born in Kenya in 1940 and grew up in a rural area surrounded by nature.
Flanders Southern Africa – Gender CC Southern Africa (GCRCI Project)
The Flanders Southern Africa – supported resilience building and vulnerability reduction project implemented by GenderCCSA for smallholder farmers in Hebron, Northwest Province and Vhembe, Limpopo Province was able to train farmers on how to dry their produce with solar dryers in collaboration with Food Masters SA.