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Plant a tree, Plant a life

Plant a tree, Plant a lifeIn light of the World Forestry Congress taking place in Durban, South Africa currently, SDCEA together with other organizations such as Timber watch and Civil Society Alternative Programme (CSAP) will be hosting a counter conference at Durban Botanic Gardens to highlight the issues that come from having fake forests (plantations) [...]

By | September 9th, 2015|Community Empowerment|Comments Off on Plant a tree, Plant a life

Women’s Day celebration – Empower women and end poverty

Women’s Day Celebration- Empower women and end poverty The South Durban Community Environmental Alliance (SDCEA) hosted a Women’s Day Celebration on the 7th August 2015 at the Austerville Community Hall. The hall was filled with beautiful women. This day and celebration was especially important because, women are the backbone of SDCEA activities by consistently mobilising on [...]

By | August 13th, 2015|Community Empowerment|Comments Off on Women’s Day celebration – Empower women and end poverty

No to Xenophobia: Remember all lives matter

No to Xenophobia: Remember ALL lives matterDurban, 01 May 2015. A highlight of the revulsion in the recent xenophobia attacks that seem to be gaining impetus in each city it passes in South Africa. Every human being has a right to life and this right should be respected, and not be deprived because of their [...]

By | April 29th, 2015|Community Empowerment|Comments Off on No to Xenophobia: Remember all lives matter

Dark Dawn for African Dream

Dark Dawn for African Dream 08 April 2015 saw Abahlali Basemjondolo[1] and other partner civil society organization’s hosting a march through the city center to highlight their disgust in the recent Xenophobic attacks that seem to be gaining momentum in each city it passes in South Africa. The day was supposed to be just a peaceful [...]

By | April 15th, 2015|Community Empowerment|Comments Off on Dark Dawn for African Dream