From The Herald today:
"PREMIER Nosimo Balindlela yesterday launched the first uMzi Wethu Training Centre, which is aimed at equipping Aids orphans with the skills to work in the booming eco-tourism industry.
The initiator of the project, the Wilderness Foundation, says there are more than 800 000 Aids orphans in South Africa, and about 80 000 child-headed households resulting from the disease in the Eastern Cape alone."
You can read Eastern Cape Premier Nosimo Balindlela's full speech here.
Read more about the project here (and below) - If you're based in the UK and would like to support the project, get in touch - 08081786931