YOU CAN MAKE A DIFFERENCE.... SHOP responsibly at heART At Work®. We are a not-for-profit initiative social enterprise (also NPO & PBO), assisting mainly single mothers living in the townships and informal settlements within the Helderberg Basin near Cape Town, to develop skills with which to create a sustainable income for themselves and their families. 100% of the profit goes back to the person/s who made the product and the project itself in order to extend heART At Work’s reach to reduce poverty within our area, with the resources we have available. Your purchase powers heART At Work and allows us to continually create beautiful, well crafted products that you can gift someone close to your heart, or yourself, at peace that your heART At Work product was created with loving care and that the people involved receive fair remuneration for their contribution. MAKE A CHOICE, NOW YOU CAN SHOP KNOWING THAT YOU ARE CONTRIBUTING TOWARDS A HUGE CHANGE IN SOMEONES LIFE. THANK YOU.
The Nobel Prize is perhaps the most prestigious award someone can achieve in their domain of expertise.
In 1984 the South African Post Office depicted Nobel laureates on stamps to honour the SA winners, we have chosen the Peace winners which we have collected for you so that you can own an original stamp together with the limited edition cushions that we have printed from these stamps.
Albert Luthuli (1898–1967) became the first African to receive the Nobel Peace Prize in 1961. He was awarded for his non-violent struggle against apartheid, as the president of the African National Congress.
Desmond Tutu (1931-Present) received the Nobel Peace Prize in 1984. He has worked hard for defence of human rights and uses his high profile to campaign for the oppressed.
Nelson Mandela (1918 – 2013) one of the most recognizable human rights symbols of the twentieth century, shared the Peace Prize with the man who had released him, President FW de Klerk, because they had agreed on a peaceful transition to majority rule.
Frederik Willem De Klerk (1936 – Present) The Nobel Peace Prize 1993 was awarded jointly to Mandela and FW de Klerk “for their work for the peaceful termination of the apartheid regime, and for laying the foundations for a new democratic South Africa”