Hlanganani Building on UCT's upper campus is the new collection spot for fresh organic vegetables, delivered weekly.
This new service for staff and students is the result of an unlikely partnership between the Centre for Higher Education and Development (CHED) Transformation Committee and Harvest of Hope, a sustainable livelihoods project that works with micro-farmers on the Cape Flats.
Small- and medium-sized boxes (at R65 and R95 respectively) of a variety of vegetables picked that morning will be available for pre-order and pick-up from 13h00 to 16h00 on Tuesdays.
For further information email email@example.com. Seen above at the first delivery on 10 May were (from left) Gideon Baum of Harvest of Hope, Mzi Mnyatheli and Cheryl Brown of CHED and Siyanda Mangcunyane of Harvest of Hope.
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