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 Tshilwavhusiku Special School

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This project was started in 1998 by a group of educaters and public nurses. The school sells paper machè flower pots made from recycled paper. They also have traditional beads for sale that includes earrings and necklaces. Other crafts include wooden frames, trays and cushions. 

Tradidional dances with drums can also be performed by the group.

*This participant is a member of the Africa Craft Trust.

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The school is situated just 21km from Makhado (Louis Trichardt). They are located at Ha-sinthumule near the village of Tshilwavhusiku close to the police station and the post office.

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Name:
Rebecca Ravele

Mobile: Click here

Address:
930 Ravele Village, Limpopo, South Africa

GPS Coordinates:
-23.096626, 29.741623
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Budget:
Comfortable

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paper-mache arts crafts beading woodwork traditional-dancing limpopo

 

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