A Brief History
The Ebomini Community Development Project was founded by Fundile Jack Mahala and Liya Mahala in July 2010 in Cape Town, South Africa. Originally from Port Elizabeth/Uitenhage, they have moved to settle in Cape Town. They are committed and dedicated to making a difference in the lives of the disadvantaged people of Khayelitsha.
The name Khayelitsha means “New Home” and many people from Khayelitsha came from the Eastern Cape with the purpose to find employment. Khayelitsha was established in 1985, during the height of apartheid’s segregated development policy. It started as the informal settlement...
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54512 Sidwadwa Street, Kuyasa
Khayelitsha, Cape Town 7784