Local community first aider service hailed a life saver

Breaking news from one of Dreamcatcher’s socio-economic development initiatives, is that a team of First Aid Responders have trained for deployment across the community of Melkhoutfontein, South Africa as part of the Dreamcatcher ‘Wasteland – Graced Land’ project. 12 locals from the community registered to undergo a Level 3 South African Government Department of Labour […]

The Impossible is only Impossible until its done

In the year 2018 the Dreamcatcher Kamammas and Nelson Mandela live on…. This year we mourn the passing and celebrate the lives of 3 of our founding Kamammas. Those who dared to cross the divide with me to intentionally challenge and break the mould of what constituted the South African experience for decades.  We also salute our “Madiba” Nelson […]

Dreamcatcher founders’ work in sustainable tourism and environmental solutions for local benefit is Globally recognised

Three decades ago, from humble beginnings, in a partisan and divided South Africa where a fiercely protective tourism industry was not ready to change a ‘model they felt aint broken’, one tenacious white woman in South Africa broke the mould to lay the foundations and champion the cause of a more inclusive, fair and responsible […]

Dreamcatchers ‘Wasteland – Graced Land’ project in Melkhoutfontein blueprint for Sustainable Development

The Wasteland – Graced Land Project, which took its first fledgling steps in April 2008 in Melkhoutfontein in the diverse and beautiful Hessequa region in the Western Cape of South Africa, has recently been recognized globally as a best practice sustainable model for poverty relief, community development -and environmental management projects. According to the Dreamcatcher […]

Centre for the Arts for Humanity launched in Melkhoutfontein (Hessequa Garden Route)

Press release issued by Dreamcatcher Foundation South Africa March 9th 2018 The Dreamcatcher Foundation together with the community of Melkhoutfontein launched the Centre for Arts for Humanity project on Sunday March 4th in the restored historic St. Augustine’s church situated on the newly developed ‘La Bloemen’ indigenous botanical garden developed on a former waste dumpsite. […]