At first glance, when seeing the village where Siyabonga lives, it is easy to assume that the people in his community are poor. They have no access to electricity or running water. Most of them don't own a car or even a bicycle. But as far as Siya is concerned, he has everything he needs - he has healthy soil to grow his food, clean air and water, and a community of people around him who support and care for each other. For him, this place is heaven. (5:40)
Thank you Siya, for reminding us about what really matters!
Filmed in Xolobeni, South Africa.
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Equipment used – Sony A7 MKIII
Music sourced from ArtList – https://bit.ly/2KfrAt2
Those Nights We Lost – by Emanuele Errante
Singular Unusual – by Muted
The Flaxen Hare – by Peter John
Wave of Emotions – by Beneath the Mountain
Hammer and Felt – by Beneath the Mountain
Sound mix by Tamryn Breakey and Stef Albertyn
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