Author: Taryn Hill

Autumn 2018 – Chapters

Durban Durban Chapter is in limbo as we start 2018. Huge thanks to Donovan for all he has done for SAVS and the vegans of Durban during his stay up the coast. We are...

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Conscious Conversations @ Conscious 108

Join us for the start of a series of free conscious conversations with SAVS Dr. Paul Palmer, a plant based nutrition expert. This first Conversation is titled: How to be a Healthy Vegan Date:...

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Vegan Market Greenside

This market will only be once a month, the last Sunday of each month. Let us know if you would be interested in having a stall at the market from R150 – R250 per...

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Vegan Goods Market

The Vegan Goods Market’s mission is to provide convenient access to ethical, plant-based food and provide support and inspiration in living more kindly. The Vegan Goods Market’s mission is to provide convenient access to...

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July Events 2016

Keep up to date with the latest Vegan events as they emerge!

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5th Annual Conference for Critical Animal Studies

The 5th Institute for Critical Animals Studies (Africa) Conference is happening at UCT on 10 and 11 September this year, and is calling for individual paper presentations, panels, lectures, debates, workshops, teach-ins, roundtables as well as art and film presentations.

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Thinking outside of the cage

Alexandra Dodd catches up with Aragorn Eloff to track the changes in the local animal justice struggle and how it intersects with social movements like Fees Must Fall.

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SAVS expands with four chapters in South Africa

With the vegan movement expanding across the country, SAVS has seen the need to create meeting points for members to get together for fun, food, outreach into communities and mutual support.

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Anyone for Tacos?

Zimbabwean vegan chef Nicola Kagoro aka Chef Cola picked this particular recipe because it’s fun and easy to make, not forgetting the ingredients are available in your local super market at affordable prices.

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