You are invited to a free Lunchtime Soapbox talk entitled:
Shifting South Africa to a Future Sustainable Economy by Muna Lakhani
Muna Lakhani is an internationally renowned Black South African environmental justice activist who considers himself an environmental proactionary, meaning that he prefers to tackle problems before they occur!
He is a member of Earthlife Africa and has led their anti-nuclear, anti-incinerator and Zero Waste campaigns. In his position of National Co-ordinator for IZWA (the Institute for Zero Waste in Africa), Muna is concerned with issues of pollution avoidance and sustainable development, particularly with local and localised economies.
Muna will be speaking about what it will take to move the South African economy towards future environmental sustainability.
A delicious and affordable (from R35) brown bag lunch will be on sale at the venue.
Date: Thursday 21 October
Time: 12:45 for 13:00pm
Venue: Lobby Books, Cape Town Democracy Center, 6 Spin Street
Contact: Andreas Spath at firstname.lastname@example.org or 021 467 7606
Street parking in the area is safe and will cost you R4.50 per hour.
Parking garages open to the public in the area include:
- Plein Park (Plein Street; to get to the entrance, turn off Plein Street into Barrack Street and then into Corporation Street).
- Mandela Rhodes Place (entrance in Burg Street, off Wale Street).