Dreamcatcher South Africa npc

We are a leading African Sustainable Development Organisation

         

Some of the Dreamcatcher Team with awards from the Africa Tourism Leadership Forum 2020 held in Rwanda. The beautiful awards are based on Imigongo, an art form popular in Rwanda, traditionally made by women using cow dung, often featuring spiral and geometric designs.
Some of the Dreamcatcher Team with awards from the Africa Tourism Leadership Forum 2020 held in Rwanda. The beautiful awards are based on Imigongo, an art form popular in Rwanda, traditionally made by women using cow dung, often featuring spiral and geometric designs.

Our pioneering work in tourism and sustainable community development has been internationally recognised. Below are some of the awards and accolades our work has received:  

2021 Mail & Guardian Greening the Future Award Protection of Oceans: Winner Anthea Rossouw (Dreamcatcher South Africa)

2020 Africa Tourism Leadership Forum (ATLF) Outstanding Entrepreneurship Award: 1st Runner Up Anthea Rossouw (Dreamcatcher South Africa)

2020 Africa Tourism Leadership Forum (ATLF) Women in Tourism Leadership Award: Winner Anthea Rossouw (Dreamcatcher South Africa)

2020 Africa Tourism Leadership Forum (ATLF) Championing Sustainability Award: Winner Anthea Rossouw (Dreamcatcher South Africa)

2018 World CSR Organisation 50 Most Influential Social Innovators: Anthea Rossouw (Dreamcatcher South Africa)

2018 AI Business Excellence Awards – Award for Excellence in Community Projects: Dreamcatcher South Africa

2011 The Gatwick Diamond Green Champion Award: Anthea Rossouw

2008 International Alliance for Women (TIAW) World of Difference 100 Award: Winner Anthea Rossouw (Dreamcatcher South Africa)

2004 INdABA – Best Stand Awards – Best SMME Stand: Cook Up With Kamamma

2003 Western Cape Company of the Year Award: Dreamcatcher

2003 Cape Tourism Awards – Chairman’s Award: Finalist Anthea Rossouw

2000 Etobicoke South African Women for Women Community Development Award: Anthea Rossouw