Asiye eTafuleni’s ‘champions’ programme is a cross-cutting intervention that identifies, trains and supports local leaders or change agents to mobilize their peers, influence public opinion
Rights to the city for informal workers
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Sithulisile Moyo “On Monday, 4 July, the Department of Mineral Resources and Energy, which is responsible for confirming petrol price adjustments every month, confirmed new
Chloë Lead with Sithulisile Moyo Informal workers constitute a critical component of the city’s economic fabric, sustainability and development within the State. Thousands of informal
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AeT has been bringing communities together and enhancing the lives of informal workers for over 10 years. Through inclusive processes, the AeT team works towards building a better, more sustainable urban future for everyone at the table. (Asiye eTafuleni means ‘bring it to the table’ in isiZulu).
If you would like to bring something to table, the ways in which you could actively support AeTs projects is through:
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