November 19, 2014

Interview with Irina Mthembu about life in Inanda

Interview summary in English Irina Mthembu is an old citizen at iNanda, who was born and raised at Piet Retief, Mpumalanga. She did not have that fortune of staying with her father at her younger age. Born around the 1930s to 40s, she lived at her mother’s home with her mother. Simelane was her mother’s […]

September 26, 2014

Mandalakayise Lower Primary School – Spring Day event

On 01 September 2014, Mrs Fikile Zondi and her committee within the school organized Spring Day for children in Mandlakayise L.P School. This initiative was connected with the  ‘Woza eNanda Urban Trail’ project. Apart from Durban Green Corridor, African man in art from Mafukuzela Art Sessions, and UKZN Leisure Science Students were also involved.  ARISE […]

August 12, 2014

Mafukuzela Arts Session

The Mafukuzela Arts Session is a talent workshop established by learners from Ohlange High School. Every Saturday afternoon, up to 100 youths from the area come together in the school library to perform music, poetry, dancing and other artistic expressions. As Siyathemba Makhoba, one of the founding members explains, learners were inspired by the community […]

April 25, 2014

Community organizations along the Woza eNanda Walking Trail

The Woza eNanda Walking Trail is an initiative by Durban Green Corridor and partners. It aims to bring visitors and tourists to Inanda and create opportunities for them to meet local people. There are many small non-governmental organizations and self-help schemes in Inanda which are dedicated to assisting the community. The NGOs below all welcome […]

April 21, 2014

Small enterprises along the Woza eNanda Walking Trail

The Woza eNanda Walking Trail is an initiative by Durban Green Corridor and partners. It aims to bring visitors and tourists to Inanda and create opportunities for them to meet local people. There are many small shops, taverns and other types of enterprises and service providers along the Woza eNanda Walking Trail.  All of them were […]

February 4, 2014

Plants along the Woza eNanda Walking Trail

There are still many green spaces in Inanda and the Woza eNanda Walking Trail often runs along the river or through densely vegetated slopes along small footpaths. A lot of interesting plants can be encountered here. Some are used for medicinal purposes or linked with cultural beliefs. But there are also a lot of invasive […]

January 22, 2014

Woza eNanda Walking Trail – update 3

After the Festive Season break, the planning meetings for the Woza eNanda Walking Trail resumed on 20/1/14 at the INK ABM Offices in KwaMashu. Gary Cullen from Durban Green Corridor welcomed everyone and briefly summarized the purpose of the initiate and the status quo of the planning.  While the walking trail directly links with the […]

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