I took these photos under lockdown Level 5 and 4. I wanted to capture the empty streets of Muizenberg and the store fronts in Kalk Bay.
In this week’s Lockdown Life I catch up with Aaniyah Omardien, water wonderer and founder of eco-NPC The Beach Co-op in Cape Town.
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Do you want to live a more sustainable, more meaningful, zero waste life that reduces your impact on the planet and improves your health and quality of life?
Eco-warrior Yola Mgogwana started volunteering with the Earthchild Project, through her school, Yomelela Primary School in Khayelitsha
There’s something about Muizenberg that draws me to its cafes, streets and beach and I go there a lot
What’s your favourite cafe? Nourish’d Cafe in Obs was recently voted the 13th most Instagrammable cafe …. in …. the …. world. So let’s have some fun and vote for our own most Instagrammable cafes in Cape Town – they must be sustainable, eco-conscious and visually pleasing. Let’s go!
Your Green Route ZA Zero-Waste tour of Cape Town continues at The Daily Goods Store in Muizenberg. The Daily Goods Store is at 29 Palmer Road
Tony Budden, who lives in a hemp house in Noordhoek, Cape Town and is the co-owner and partner in Hemporium SA with Duncan Parker, shares his green route.