Author Archives: Sarah Schumann
The Liesbeek river flows through many suburbs, including Rosebank, in its journey from the eastern slopes of Table Mountain to the confluence of the Black River in Observatory. The canalised part of the river, nearly 70% of the entire river, … Continue reading
The Friends of the Liesbeek are often mistaken as the authority wrt to the environmental management of the Liesbeek. Perhaps, it is an honor for this small donor funded organisation to be recognized as such having worked tirelessly for over … Continue reading
This video forms part of a Living Lab series in an Orange Knowledge Project called Bridging the Waters. We explore how to transform an urban canal into a river. One of the labs involved the Liesbeek along Rosebank.
The 4th of October saw for the 11th Peninsula Paddle whereby a select few representatives from Future Water UCT, Khayelitsha Canoe Club, Sea The Bigger Picture, City of Cape Town and environmental advocates paddled from Muizenberg to Milnerton via Cape … Continue reading