We’d been in discussions with the Land Board in Ghanzi about getting allocated land in the village of Bere prior to engaging Sithabile, and when it came time to submit our proposed plans it was her rendering of site plans that we gave to the assessors. This plan was accepted by Land Board – who have now allocated CCB a 1-hectare plot just outside of Bere. This location is ideal in that we will be able to have a permanent presence in this area and minimise our travel time between our Ghanzi camp (1.5 hours away) and attending to work in the remote villages of Bere, Kacgae, East and West Hanahai. With the other projects that we have in the area, this new location will be a fundamental asset to CCB and our implementation plans.
Sithabile’s understanding of the work we do, and her eco-friendly approach to sustainable architecture have been a perfect fit and a welcome gift. We hope that through the journey forward, we continue to collaborate towards the organisation’s success. In-kind donations such as what Sithabile has done for us are just one of the many ways you, our friends and supporters, may add to building CCB’s legacy. We’d like to take this time to thank Sithabile and her team for assisting on yet another milestone for CCB.