As part of its Covid-19 relief programme, the HCET is providing food parcels and other items to the Karoo nomad (karretjiemense) community living in an informal settlement outside Colesberg. Here, a member of the community appears with her latest food parcel as well as winter blankets.
ANNE Hill, English language and literacy consultant to the HCET, has passed away, leaving a huge void at the Trust as well as in the lives of her family and friends. She died suddenly on 21 July at her home in Greyton in the Southern Cape after a very short illness. She leaves her husband,…
The HCET’s Annual Report for 2019 has been released. This is a special anniversary publication, as it marks the 30th year of the HCET’s existence. Among other things, the report contains a rich collection of photographs, as well as a photo essay on the anniversary celebrations in July. To download a desktop version, click here.