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Tasmi Quazi In South Africa, both heritage month and tourism month are celebrated annually in September. Within this timely context, the Markets of Warwick tour contributed to the celebration of both heritage and tourism by holding a graduation ceremony for its 8 newly trained tourist guides on 21 September 2016, to make up a total … Read more
Tasmi Quazi Local Durban blogger, Jenna Kelly, visited the Markets of Warwick Tours and captured her experience through a candid narrative and a strikingly studied array of images in her blog, The Girl with a Bum. She writes: If anyone had ever told me that one day I’d be prancing around the depths of Warwick … Read more
Written by Tasmi Quazi & Richard Dobson Since 1996, the example of the Warwick Junction urban renewal project in Durban (South Africa) has tested the relationship between public transport, the commensurate footfall and the opportunity that this has afforded to sustaining the livelihoods of nearly 8 000 street traders. In addition, there has been reciprocal … Read more
Photograph & article written by Saffron Baggallay, Compiled by Tasmi Quazi Reflecting on her experience of the Markets of Warwick Junction on 17 April 2012, Saffron Baggallay shares some very perceptive thoughts on the role of the informal economy on TomorrowToday’s blog. She writes: “…Whilst I was wondering around this magical place, contemplating all that … Read more
Friday 8th of July 2011 was a momentous morning for the Warwick Junction trading community including Asiye eTafuleni. Two separate Markets of Warwick tours were conducted with a total of 50 visitors, amongst which one was the 1000th guest!
On Friday the 1st of July 2011, Asiye eTafuleni (AeT) were all hands on deck having accomplished a confluence of different activities. This marked one of the busiest days yet experienced, and it has given us a new awareness of the great momentum we have gained on some of our major projects.
The Markets of Warwick tours, a project initiated by the Warwick Junction trading community with the assistance of Asiye eTafuleni, is featured in the September 2010 edition of Get It (Highway Berea) on pages 22–24.