Why Women’s month?

“You strike a woman you strike a rock!” On that fateful day in 2016 when young Franziska Blöchliger decided to go for a run in Tokai Forest there was no ribbon corner.  She had no idea that she wouldn’t return home that day. This symbolic corner only emerged as a result of the horror felt by the Tokai Forest users about the crime against Franziska. Quite quickly …

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Love That Baby

So many of our volunteers and friends tell us how much they love babies. Who doesn’t love those chubby cheeks, those sweet eyes and the charming giggles. Not to mention those huggable little bodies. Our current Thula Baba Leo turns two this year – as his adoptive granny I’m delighted with his current growing vocabulary. …

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Buckets Of Love

The Thula Baba Project packed community buckets during the first lockdown for people living in impoverished communities who had nowhere to turn for help. Many government agencies had closed down and those that were still open were difficult to get to as many people had no work and could not afford transport. Non-profit organisations, such as …

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