The Nyama choma for children project in Cape Town.
The intention of the project is to help with bridging of the gap that was instilled and developed by the apartheid system and remains to be an issue assumed to be gone. read more
The African people still live in the locations bringing up their children knowing that they belong to the location and would only go to the city center to visit as a treat or where they are looking forward to labour as their parents do. The city is their goal.
Bo-kaap children grow knowing that they belong to bo-kaap and all those "whose" roots cannot be traced here are not welcomed.
Those of the European decent also know that the sub-urban center of the surrounding i.e. Tamboerskloof belongs to them and anyone coming to live or just strolling in this area is taken as an invader or a suspect.
This project will make sure that the children who visit the farm get to play and eat together, giving them an opportunity to interact and broaden their humanity.
The farm gives them the chance to interact with animals in their free-range environment and develop their emotional and senses of caring.
We are hoping that this will be a space where children, parents and all who visit can connect with their inner souls and get healed
We Braai beef (nyama choma) and feed the children.
We invite all to come with their drinks and enjoy the good view of Cape Town´s spiritual landmark Table Mountain.
We invite donations to help sustain the project for the general good of a new South Africa.
We believe and know that It is our responsibility to help heal and let the future generation be united and not divided along such ideologies that have seen mankind abuse fellow human kind and separate from each other.
The fish swims not by the flow of the river but of it´s own need.
Lets give the children the opportunity to lighten up the future that they are.
The African Nyama choma for children project, is run by Steve of Longstreet backpackers, Miyere of maasai warrior, Andrea loubsher of Erf81 every Saturday from 10.00am to 10.00pm.