Markets of Warwick Wins a Mayor’s Award for Excellence!

Tasmi Quazi On Friday evening of 7th December 2012, a significant moment and victorious closure to the year was realised for the Markets of Warwick Committee, the informal trading community of Warwick Junction in general, including Asiye eTafuleni (AeT). It was when the Markets of Warwick project received a Mayor’s Awards for Excellence in the … Read more

Press coverage: “Recycling for the Future”

Tasmi Quazi The commendation received by the Inner-City Cardboard Recycling Project at the AfriSam-South African Institute of Architects (SAIA) in October this year was lauded as a great achievement for eThekwini Municipality by journalist Themba Khumalo.  This was captured in his article titled “Recycling for the Future” featured in local newspapers, Metro Ezasegagasini in the … Read more

Markets of Warwick Wins Best Stall Award

Maya Potter & Photo compilation: Tasmi Quazi Last weekend, the Markets of Warwick (MoW) Project won the award for the best stall at The Durban International Boat and Lifestyle Show at the Durban Marina. It was a typical tourism event— marquees, metal fences, lanyards and an overflow of parking. There was a gentle breeze and the air … Read more

“Look who’s changing how things are done…”

Compiled by Tasmi Quazi & Richard Dobson The call for nominations for the next round of the Investing in the Future and Drivers of Change Awards was a reminder of Asiye eTafuleni’s (AeT) recognised significance as a contributor to systemic change. Under the compelling article title above, AeT was solely profiled as winners of the Civil Society Award … Read more