Learn to grow your own food

2016-08-25 06:00
Bulelwa Stam working in her garden.

Bulelwa Stam working in her garden.

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Non-profit organisation Soil for Life is inviting people from Khayelitsha (Harare, Makhaya and Makhaza), Mitchell’s Plain (Westridge and Portlands), Philippi and Steenberg to join their Home Food Gardens course, starting in September. Learn how to grow your own organic vegetables and create a healthier life for you and your family. No experience is needed. The course costs R15 per person, which includes 12 weeks of training, ongoing support and a vegetable garden starter kit (seeds, compost, mulch and seedlings). For info or to register contact Soil for Life on 021 794 4982 or

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