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Biowatch COVID-19 lockdown announcement

Notice: COVID-19 lockdown

At midnight on 26 March, South Africa went into a 21-day COVID-19 lockdown. During the lockdown, and while the Biowatch offices are closed, we will be working remotely from home. We are all monitoring our email addresses, and we’re exploring creative ways of remotely working together and connecting with …
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Employment opportunity: Office Administrator

We’re looking for an Office Administrator in our Durban office to ensure that our office administration, record-keeping system, donor and public interaction, and events are proficiently and effectively managed to ensure the overall effectiveness of the organisation …  
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Employment opportunity: SKI Team Manager

Biowatch is a founding partner and the project holder of the Seed and Knowledge Initiative (SKI), a dynamic partnership of diverse Southern African organisations committed to securing food sovereignty in the region. We’re looking for a SKI Team Manager …
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Our new website

Welcome to Biowatch’s new website. We’ve updated the site structure and pages, and we’re busy adding content. We will also be uploading our news archive. Enjoy browsing, and please let us know if there is content you are looking for and can’t find.
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Biowatch celebrates 20 years: Durban celebration

At its 20-year celebration event in Durban last night, Biowatch celebrated two decades of learning and activism to protect natural and agricultural biodiversity, advocating agroecology as the ecologically sustainable alternative to ensure food sovereignty and climate justice.
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Biowatch celebrates 20 years: Cape Town celebration

The first of Biowatch’s 20-year celebrations took place in Cape Town yesterday. The event was a highlight on the first day of the Agroecology for the 21st Century Conference, a three-day gathering of more than 220 regional activists, academics, smallholder farmers and policymakers, working to move Southern Africa towards an agroecological future.
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A landmark celebration for a landmark organisation

Join Biowatch South Africa as it celebrates 20 years of learning, sharing and activism to protect natural and agricultural biodiversity across Southern Africa.
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