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  1. Tlhalefo Ntamane, 11, Thabo Molefe, 12, and Don Nwabasi, 10, work at the urban farm in the rundown Joburg suburb of Bertrams, where the Bambanani co-operative grows vegetables, herbs and fruit. Picture: Dumisani Sibeko
  2. An indigenous roof garden installed on top of the Happy Hippo Backpackers in Mahatma Gandhi (Point) Road in Durban. Picture: Foodscape
  3. A cheap, outdoor Clothpot vertical garden installed by Foodscape in Glenwood, Durban. Picture: Foodscape
  4. Amon Maluleke at the Bertrams Inner City Farm in Joburg. Picture: Dumisani Sibeko
  5. Refiloe Molefe with some kale at Bertrams Inner City Farm in Johannesburg. Picture: Dumisani Sibeko
  6. Refiloe Molefe picks kale at the Bertrams Inner City Farm in Johannesburg. Picture: Dumisani Sibeko
  7. Refiloe Molefe and Amon Maluleka at Bertrams Inner City Farm in Johannesburg. Picture: Dumisani Sibeko
  8. Bertrams Inner City Farm, Johannesburg. Picture: Dumisani Sibeko
  9. A Clothpot food garden at a home in Umbilo in Kwazulu-Natal. Picture: Foodscape
  10. A vertical garden installed in Umhlanga contains indigenous groundcovers and some herbs and salad vegetables. Picture: Foodscape
  11. A vertical garden installed in Umhlanga contains indigenous groundcovers and some herbs and salad vegetables. Picture: Foodscape
 

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