On Saturday 6 November, the Cape Home Educators and Kragdag hosted the Cape Town Home Education Expo at the Durbanville Conference Centre. There were multiple helpful lectures on various home education topics, stalls by a variety of resource providers, and even a homeschool youth market for youngsters to sell their own wares. Home Education Expos are back In 2020, there was no live, in-person home education event due to the lockdown...
My grandmother grew yams. Not only did she grow yams –but she also had a ritual that she followed with military precision. The first had to do with a fresh tuber of yam. While cooking the tuber for food, she dried the peels in the sun for yam flour, which would be made available for eating during periods of scarcity. Part of the yam peel that was not good for her...
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