EndemicVision (EVision) was initiated in 2009 in the heart of the Bushmanland, Northern Cape. Its initial intent was to make a difference through capacitating people in the arid areas of Southern Africa. A long term relationship was forged to provide diverse environmental management support to impacted virgin areas with Kumba Iron Ore (Pty) Ltd. This three year association was the start of an expanding profile that soon grew to include specialist consulting services as well.
Two years later, September 2011 EVision became a partnership entity and moved its head office to Riebeeck-West establishing a satellite office in Upington to maintain its work in the Northern Cape. Projects expanded across the country and EVision moved its Head Office to Malmesbury, just off the N7 highway serving as gateway on the N7 to Northern Cape and further afield to Namibia. Believing in organic growth as a way of operating, EVision registered as a (Pty) Ltd company in 2012 and started building its team.
MOVE TO KALAHARI
Gaining significant momentum in assisting clients in the arid areas, EVision moved to the Kalahari and started building a new team, slowly but surely from Kathu. The team has grown to be the best environmental team of ten persons and include specialists, technicians, mappers, monitoring officers, environmental control officers amongst others. A new node of work developed in the Bushmanland and EndemicVision obtained an office in Pofadder setting up environmental control support for clients in that region.
With its focus on rehabilitation and vegetation establishment, EVision created a second company, Kokkewiet Verhurings trading as Culinary Delights to supply fresh herbs to the local market. This initiative continues today with its own company shareholding structure, adding value to local business and supporting EndemicVision in supplying tree saplings for concurrent rehabilitation.
FOCUS ON COMMUNITY
EndemicVision has now grown to be able to give back to the community in some small way. It launched its first school engagement project in 2018/2019 with the Happy Tree competition for schools in Kathu, Pofadder and Aggeneys.
In this photo is a rare phenomena, of the two trees (Camel Thorn & Shepherds Tree) growing intertwined.
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