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Monday in Grahamstown

A week has passed since Pres Ramaphosa’s Covid-19 battle plan announcement…

March Photo Competition

*The Grahamstown Project’s Photo Competition.*

Monday in Grahamstown

Good news stories abound in Grahamstown.

Grahamstown Ghost Tour – Thursday 12 March

Self Drive Ghost Tour with Brian Jackson…

Monday in Grahamstown

A walk up on the old golf course (aka The Goat Track)…

Monday in Grahamstown

The EcoBrick industry is taking shape in Grahamstown…

A Bakkie-load of Old Furniture

Heartfelt thanks to Leonie Yendall and Rodney Yendall…

Monday in eNkanini – Eco-Bricks 2

An extraordinary week for the team…

Giant Yucca

The Botanic Gardens have some quite magnificent exotic trees…

Monday in Joza – Eco-Bricks

I’ve had a rather bizarre and extraordinary idea…

On Gunfire Hill

On Gunfire Hill

The storm clouds have been developing nicely this week so I have been out to see if I can capture the clouds seething over Gunfire Hill…

Drought

Drought

We all know about Grahamstown’s water problems.

Out with a Bang

Out with a Bang

This was taken last Tuesday night when a spectacular storm rolled along the Eastern Cape coast.

Almshouses by moonlight

Almshouses by moonlight

This is one of the very first pictures I took when I started photographing the heritage sites in Grahamstown.

Trade School Pilot Project and Oatlands Park.

Trade School Pilot Project and Oatlands Park.

The story unfolds, the work of The Grahamstown Project continues. Two important projects passing through critical phases of their journeys. TGP has signed its first international donor funding agreement with Khanya Trust in England.

Prince & Oak

Prince & Oak

Hidden away behind the Observatory Museum on Bathurst Street and the Sole Memorial Church on High Street is this old two story house on the corner of Prince and Oak.

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