Mdukatshani updates and news

Click here to download the 2015 Annual Report

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Click here to download the 2014 Annual Report

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Click here to download previous Annual Reports

mdukatshani annual report 2012.pdf mdukatshani annual report 2012.pdf
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Mdukatshani Annual Report 2011.pdf Mdukatshani Annual Report 2011.pdf
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Annual reports 2004 to 2009.pdf Annual reports 2004 to 2009.pdf
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Mdukatshani in the news

An article in the May 2016 Farmers Weekly magazine and Natal Witness newspaper on our Goat Project

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witness goat may 16.pdf witness goat may 16.pdf
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Mdukatshani featured in  climate change's effect on rural African farmers

A video by Oxfam and Mdukatshani on coping with social and economic stresses the  drought brings

Story from Daily Maverick and Natal Mercury


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A Mdukatshani  report on the drought affecting our farmers

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Reports on the joint Goat expo and Goat cook-off

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Msinga Goat day un.pdf Msinga Goat day un.pdf
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 LEAP website is now being hosted by MRDP 

As part of joint project between MRDP, Donna Hornby and Thelma Trench we are taking over the LEAP website that was closed after Tessa Cousins death and hosting its archives here it is here on the last tab of this site.

Following a x visit by farmers from the South coast this article was in the farmers weekly.

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Excerpt from CAP newsletter May 1986

A hundred years ago there were 600 ploughs at Msinga, and women already manoeuvring for change.

"The natives usually increase their lands for cultivation" observed the Msinga magistrate, Henry Francis Fynn, in 1891, "and purchase many ploughs so that women are saved the toil of culture, and one way or the another cause their husbands to procure ploughs, in many cases a plough for each wife."   

A slideshow of other Mdukatshani news events 

(Click on picture in slideshow to got to web album)