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I thank a farmer today.

I started working at the Co Op Community Trust in June 2021. A field I have never worked in before and is very different from

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Agritourism is alive in Kouga!

Kouga agritourism route association (kara) Media Release: The Kouga Agritourism Route Association (KARA) was officially established on the 23rd of June 2021. The management board


POPIA Compliance

Protection of Personal Information Act (POPIA) From 1 July 2021, the Protection of Personal Information Act (POPIA) is coming into full effect. The law is

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Wittekleibosch Youth Day Event

In the heart of the Koukamma Municipality area lies a small community called Wittekleibosch. Wittekleibosch forms part of 19 farms purchased in 1994 by the


Trust appoints a Social Worker

The Co-op Community Trust appointed  Charein Coenraad and welcomes her to The Co-op family. This position was created to strengthen our impacts in social development.

Soete Swaan Stroopwafels

Gebruik Jou Bates

Inleiding Die Koöperasie Gemeenskapstrust moedig individue, gemeenskappe, werknemers en organisasies aan om hul eie unieke bates te identifiseer en dit te gebruik om hulself sosio-ekonomies

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Ride for Kouga Agri-tourism

An exciting ride is about to benefit Agri-tourism in Kouga! A three-day cycling adventure starting Friday the 25th of September, will cover three routes in the Gamtoos area. This event co-insides with the opening of the strawberry picking season of Mooihoek Strawberry farm near Hankey.

Food Security

Food Security

Our vision is that all people in South Africa at all times have access to sufficient, safe, nutritious food to maintain healthy and active lives, food security. This can only be done when people are empowered to produce their own food and to sell their surplus produce.

Every South African a Farmer!

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