Jolivet Food Garden South Africa Info

Type: Communities

Convivium leader / spoke person: Mkize Muziwkhe

To promote good, clean, and fair food which is in line with Slow Food South Africa (the local chapter of the global grassroots movement, Slow Food International) approach that envisions a world in which all people can access and enjoy food that is good for them, good for those who grow it and good for the planet.

Jolivet

Moseley Park Food Garden South Africa Info

Type: Communities

Convivium leader / spoke person: Pillay Delwyn

To be a base/growth point to help establish other Slow Food Communities in the province of KwaZulu-Natal. The objectives is also in line with The Global Movement for Seed Freedom - “a network of individuals and organisations committed to align their thoughts and actions with the laws of Gaia, Pachamama, Vasundhara, Madre Terra, and Mother Earth. The Global Movement for Seed Freedom is committed to ensure that we protect Mother Nature and the biodiversity that she holds by defending of the freedom of the seed to evolve in integrity, self-organisation, and diversity.”

Moseley Park

Supporters in the Karoo South Africa Info

Type: Communities

Convivium leader / spoke person: Wright Gordon

The Community aims to create awareness about the need to transform the dominant food system to achieve Good, Clean and Fair Food for All in our country. We embrace the principles of environmental sustainability, social justice and food security and sovereignty. Through our joint actions, we aim to keep local food traditions alive, to support our local small-scale producers, to promote sustainable production, processing and use of our rich local food biodiversity, to enable available, affordable and nutritious food access, to gather together in solidarity from time to time, to share and learn across our diversities and differences.

Graaff Reinet, Eastern Cape

Phone: +27 49 892 4575

Sutton Park Pool Food Garden South Africa Info

Type: Communities

Convivium leader / spoke person: Naidu Chandra

Building Knowledge and Skills. Working with Nature. Recognising That Food Is Sacred. Practice and exercises ones Seed Freedom - as Seed Freedom is the birth right of every form of life and is the basis for the protection of biodiversity.

Sutton Park