Isphepho Media

June 16 A collaboration like no other. Thank you for your tireless efforts of making our June 16 event such a huge success. We event was attended by 150 kids: 50 indoors and 100 outdoors. 

GETTING hands dirty and removing plastics and other foreign objects was the order of the day at Cuttings Beach on Saturday, 8 May

A UNIQUE programme aimed at upping collection and recycling rates, boosting green economy jobs and diverting waste from landfills has started to roll out across South Africa.

Le ndawo eseduze ne-Qhilika High School, yamukela udoti ophuma kuma-section ahlukene, kanti ivulwe ngokusemthethweni inhlangano engenzi nzuzo evikela imvelo i-Isphepho Enviro Ambassadors.

Durban – Unemployed graduates in uMlazi have been rolling up their sleeves, collecting rubbish for recycling, in a campaign initiated by an environmentally active nature conservation lecturer at the Mangosuthu University of Technology.

When driving by or walking past Qhilika High School in Umlazi Township’s H-Section, just below the reservoir, one cannot miss a large signage overlooking the road with a message “You see trash, I see treasure”. 

ILANDELA isisho esithi “lugotshwa lusemanzi”, inhlangano engenzi inzuzo enakekela imvelo, i-Isiphepho Ambassadors, ichithe isikhathi ukufundisa abafundi baseMlazi ngokubalule