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FLEAT in Malawi

FLEAT met in Malawi from 10 – 15 October for their last official workshop before they embark on the next phase of their journey: inspiring others to care for Creation and spreading the word on environmental justice. Malawi was identified as one of the countries that would benefit from the FLEAT experience after the flooding in […]

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Durban Way Beyond Nuclear Fundraising Dinner

Join us for a fine dining experience and an opportunity to explore the real cost of the nuclear build, and the legacy we are leaving for future generations. Support our nuclear court challenge, in which we question the transparency, legality and real motives behind the nuclear deal. Help to realise South Africa’s energy potential in […]

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Tree planting at Rekopantse Primary School

My Career Corner, an NGO that supports schools to achieve quality education in Tshwane, extended their invitation to SAFCEI to join Rekopantse Primary School in Mabopane (in Tshwane) on 16th September, to plant trees as part of their environmental awareness campaign to celebrate Arbour month. I was privileged enough to speak with the learners on […]

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FLEAT moves into the next phase

SAFCEI’s Faith Leader Environmental Advocacy Training (FLEAT), which began in 2014, is reaching the conclusion of its first cycle and moving into the next phase. In a last series of workshops taking place in Tanzania, Kenya and Malawi, FLEAT members showcased what they’ve learnt by presenting or organising environmental trainings with local groups or communities, […]

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An Earth Keeper in all of us

Lydia Mogano’s tree planting adventures have not ended – in fact, she has only just gotten started. Here she shares a snippet from last week’s tree plantings. On the 13th September, together with Lucas Mthebu (from the Tumelong Mission Centre) I travelled to three schools which form part of the centre’s social development programme initiatives in […]

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Karoo Transvisions in Energy

Part of Stefan and Erika Cramers work on informing and capacitating people in the Karoo on the issue of fracking involved working with local artists. As they were searching for a public home for one of these artworks, the beautiful quilt featured on our 2014 Annual Report exploring the issue of fracking through the ancient story from /Xam mythology, they […]

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