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Yebo Gogga Yebo amaBlomo 2024

15 - 18 May 2024

Wednesday 15 May – Friday 17 May 8:30 – 15:30

Saturday 18 May and Sunday 19 May 9:00 – 16:00

Cycles make life possible. Day and night, the progression of seasons and the rise and fall of tides provide the beat for the dance of life. Air and water circulate regulating temperatures and returning water lost through evaporation, transpiration and runoff to the land.

The chemicals that are the structure and fuel for life are ultimately broken down becoming available again for the complex web of life. When cycles are broken life is affected. CO2 released from fossil fuels and intensive animal farming exceeds the capacity of the system to use or store the excess, so levels increase and the planet warms. Waste and applied fertilizer pollute water if not properly managed and instead of these nutrients being utilized in a harmless or advantageous way, they promote the growth of water plants such as water hyacinth and make the water toxic for aquatic animals and unsuitable for drinking.

Every living thing has a life cycle from the moment of being a new entity to death.