Paul Talliard's "Hands of Honour" teaches unemployed men carpentry skills, which they use to renovate derelict buildings and upcycle obsolete stock or trash from nearby companies into furniture. It's a win-win for the men, and for the environment.
A group of activists in Kenya wants to sail thousands of kilometers in a boat made of plastic trash and their vessel is already taking shape.
Mitchell’s Plain, a suburb of Cape Town, suffers from widespread poverty. The green movement SEED tries to change that. It hopes to improve the situation by teaching pupils and communities how to grow their own food.
Inspired by bicycle sharing schemes in Europe, Jeffrey Malaudzi created a pilot project that lends bicycles to students on the countryside who have to walk for more than eight kilometers every day to school and back.
Thabile Thabethe is a young South African who brings joy to orphans by baking cake The Birthday Cake Project became so successful that it turned Thabile into a busy social entrepreneur and well known confectioner.
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