The Water Pipeline project is going well and according to schedule, but definitely not without challenges. Today, Jim MacLellan and his team had to move galvanized steel pipes for the remaining part of the project located close to the water source. They had to carry all of it by hand as the terrain was just too rough…
The Bulembu Lodge was blessed with amazing hospitality management software that will improve their service greatly. Thank you to CIMSO Groupfor donating the software and to Ricky from CSS for coming out all the way to Bulembu to train our staff on the software.
Mahewu is a popular maize-meal drink that is loved by many Swazi’s and Mandla Mahewu very generously donated more than enough mahewu for all 360 children. Thank you Mandla Mahewu for this amazing donation!
The sound of excited cheering rang up from the sports fields near the Bulembu Community Church today as a school from our neighbouring village, Malanda, had their inter-house athletics sports day. It’s such a blessing that our facilities can also benefit the greater community!
The toddlers are getting busy with fun craft activities during their holidays. Not only is it keeping minds occupied, but it’s also a whole lot of fun for the children and caregivers!
We welcome back a couple from Sweden, Peter & Ann-Sofie Wessberg. They have come out to serve with the Mustard Seed Team from Sweden a number of times in the past. This year, they have come back to Bulembu on vacation and wanted to help out with a number of work projects during their stay.…
The high school had their athletics day today. Although it was a little wet, the temperature was great for track and field events! The students thoroughly enjoyed the the day along with their enthusiastic supporteres!
Pastor Joe and his team and Nathan and Karly Perrott from Canada are hard at work painting at the Primary school and reinforcing one of the playgrounds.
A big thank you goes out to Dean & Kathy Komant for donating funds for two brand new laptops – which have been put to much needed use in the Electrical and Partner Relations Departments. Laptops are a vital resource throughout the organization and remain a big need.
Rainy and cold weather did not dampen the spirits of the Global Challenge Expeditions team from South Africa! This energetic team of young people arrived at the Bulembu base yesterday, and championed through work projects this morning despite getting soaked, and in some cases even covered in mud. We’re blessed to have them serve the Bulembu…