Spring into Summer with our Sustainable Coffee Bay newsletter edition! Although if you’re reading this in the Northern Hemisphere, then we wish you a colourful Autumn instead 😉 This quarter, we’d love to show you our work not only at Ikhaya Labantwana
We have a long and lovely history with our local Pato Junior Secondary School (JSS) that was the beginning of the Local Schools Support Fund. You really need to check our Part 1 of this story! This is an URGENT
This project originally started back in 2004, when Pato Junior Secondary School (JSS) approached Coffee Shack staff for help. Their school consisted of a ramshackle bunch of fallen down mud huts and they had no funds to rebuild the school.
Molo to all of our brilliant and devoted friends, and, thank you every day for your consistent best wishes and wisdom. While Dawn is busy with absolutely everything else you read on our blog,,( and much more!), I thought I
I just wanted to share a few of our last magic moments from Ikhaya Labantwana 2010, before we throw ourselves into this new year. We resolute that our little school and its magical beginnings will be bursting with new greatness and discovery in 2011. May the
Molo friends, hope you are all well. Thank you for your continuing support as always. With the welcome rains, revisiting friends and operation ‘clean and green’ underway, our Coffee Bay canvas is looking lush! Especially too, with the colourful array
Piece by piece, with love and team power, our baby veggies are beginning to flower. With beetroot, peppers, onion and squash, and green tomatoes absolutely everywhere! Perhaps I should stick to the gardening and let the photos do the talking.
Thobile (Noguarda) and Lukholo Marhenene are 2 brothers, aged 15 and 13, who live in a rural village, Mawotsheni, in one of the poorest regions of the Eastern Cape. This village is situated about 8km away from Coffee Bay. Thobile