ikhaya le Langa tourism
Uplifting Langa Through Reachable Art (ULTRA) our annual street art competition begun in 2013 is the catalyst to the outbreak of street art currently taking place across Langa Township.
Revitalizing the Langa Quarter, an area of 13 streets ( 500 homes and around 7 000 people), in the oldest Black township in the Western Cape
The Smart Living program and its associated campaign, guide people on how to be resource-efficient and sustainable in their daily lives and practices and is integrated throughout our community development activities.
A key focus is to tackle high(youth)unemployment in Langa. Through the Ikhaya Le Langa Ambassador Program, a Socio Economic development (SED) program, we deal with..
khaya le Langa is driving a new aspirational narrative from this other municipal city center at the geographic center on the cape flats.
This Social Enterprise Hotel concept organises participating ‘homestay’ families under one group structure. The strategic benefits of a hotel; marketing, booking, training, are combined with the unique experiential quality of living with a family in a homestay. Other residents supply the LQHH with services, from laundry, food supplies and hair & pedicures.
Langa is incredibly rich in heritage and culture but the community remains grindingly poor. Ikhaya le Langa NPC is harnessing the abundant cultural resource and creating a cleaner greener safer environment essential for developing business and creating jobs
The Langa Quarter is the site of the first proactively zoned area in the Country. All 207 homes in the quarter have been pre-approved for business development the first step in creating compliant business.
A social enterprise business guided by three principles: people, planet, and profit.