Casino vegetable garden feeds many

2016-07-28 06:00
The vegetable garden at the Wild Coast Sun continues to flourish under the care of (from left) Nomfanelo Cekiso, Dicember Ndovela, Beauty Qwaphekana, Vuyiswa Hlanga and Alex Nzimakwe. Photo: supplied

The vegetable garden at the Wild Coast Sun continues to flourish under the care of (from left) Nomfanelo Cekiso, Dicember Ndovela, Beauty Qwaphekana, Vuyiswa Hlanga and Alex Nzimakwe. Photo: supplied

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THE Wild Coast Sun's efforts to become self-sustaining are paying off. Its expansive vegetable garden, established in October 2014, now supplies a range of vegetables and herbs to the resort’s kitchens.
Seven tons of produce was harvested in the last financial year, saving the Wild Coast Sun over R90 000.

Surplus vegetables and herbs are donated to the local schools which include Serhasheni Primary, Ebenezer Junior Secondary and Bright Future Pre-primary. In total the three schools cater for 1 500 pupils every day.

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