The K2C Nodal Centre is a Team

By Rachel Malemela and Karabo Chiloane
K2C BR staff attended a team build outing to Bourke's Luck Potholes on 07 August 2018 as the guests of MTPA. All K2C projects, including GEF, EM and NRM participated in this fun day. 
The K2C landscape has the most breath-taking features, including the Canyons, the Mariepskop Mountains and the freshwater systems leading us to choosing the theme of event. The theme of the day was to explore and learn more about Bourke's Luck Potholes in a fun-filled way.There were four groups that consisted of six people per team.Each group had an exercise where a questionnaire needed to be filled-in about the Blyde River Canyon Nature Reserve. One of the questions was who was Bourke's Luck potholes named after.
After the knowledge found on the Blyde river Canyon Nature Reserve, the K2C staff members visited the Leroro village for an African cuisine meal. The traditional food included the following, Samp, Mageu, Tribe, Chicken feet and Mopani worms.
“It was a fun day!” Mbali Mashele, project Manager of WWF Water Stewardship Project said.


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