Save sacred Eastern Cape thicket now

The Xhosa say uThixo ulihlathi lam, “God is my forest”, and they are backed by scientists saying healthy subtropical thicket will provide food and water for animals and humans for many years to come.

Now the sacred and scientific have combined in a series of brochures in isiXhosa and English on how to restore the Eastern Cape’s distinctively dense and diverse vegetation, as well as the benefits of doing so...

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