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Ubuntu in Action

Ubuntu in Action

At the Township Vegetable Tunnel Project, planting of the winter crops took place during April 2015. The team of Spoudazo had lots of fun whilst working with the beneficiaries in Khotsong and Matlharangtlheng. Vegetable tunnels were re-established during March. We experienced the true meaning of Ubuntu as we witnessed how the new tunnel beneficiaries in these communities assisted each other, working in the other beneficiaries' tunnels as i ... Continue Reading »

Blessings received at Beudene Daycare for Disabled

Blessings received at Beudene Daycare for Disabled

AND THEN SUDDENLY… During April 2013 Beudene Daycare for Disabled applied for sponsorship to build a bigger classroom. Beudene Daycare is a daycare for people with disabilities of all ages. The daycare is situated at 5 Ray Champion Crescent, Rayton, Bloemfontein and cares for 40 to 50 people with disabilities. Their mission is to serve and to provide a safe, loving and stimulating environment for people with disabilities and their families. ... Continue Reading »

Inspirational Quotes

Inspirational Quotes

Sometimes leadership is planting trees under whose shade you'll never sit. It may not happen fully till after I'm gone. But I know that the steps we're taking are the right steps. ~ Jennifer Granholm   Desmond Tutu: “Ubuntu [...] speaks of the very essence of being human. You share what you have. It is to say: 'My humanity is caught up, is inextricably bound up, in yours.  A person is a person through other persons'.”   “A g ... Continue Reading »

Challenges Turned Into Opportunities

Challenges Turned Into Opportunities

During March 2015, Spoudazo in collaboration with Raubex, was busy re-establishing 14 vegetable tunnels in the townships of Mangaung. When vegetable tunnels are setup at the homes of township beneficiaries, they are mentored for 6 – 12 months to ensure sustainability. An agreement is set in place to have the benefit of the vegetable tunnel as long as the beneficiaries work their gardens and produce crops. The general upkeep of the tunnel must als ... Continue Reading »

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