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Question 1 of 10
How much of the world’s water sustains big agriculture, including the wine and spirits industries?
We have to eat, so it doesn’t matter.
Question 2 of 10
What is the loop that Matawi strives to create?
A feedback loop between rural communities and the Department of Water Affairs.
A healthy loop between alcohol and celebration.
A sustainable, profitable loop between conscious consumers and small-scale farmers.
Question 3 of 10
What is needed to get the policies on the table that will enable our country to address its social and environmental crises?
Leadership and broad consultation.
Time and money.
Question 4 of 10
What is the circular economy?
The way an ant colony functions.
An ecosystem in which one person’s waste is another person’s treasure.
An economy in which there are no landfill sites.
Question 5 of 10
What was one of the big challenges Khanya had to overcome in looking for funding?
Helping investors to see a booze company in a different light.
Explaining what Matawi means.
Getting men to have confidence in female business owners.
Question 6 of 10
What did Khanya achieve by taking a programmatic approach?
She could downplay the social ills of alcohol.
She could get community partners excited.
She could get people to partner with Matawi on specific aspects of the business, such as training and capacitation, instead of production.
Question 7 of 10
Matawi’s community development and social impact is all about activating people’s ________.
Question 8 of 10
Which South African company does Khanya admire for its true environmental impact?
Faithful To Nature
Question 9 of 10
What does Khanya’s mother NOT do in the business?
Cooks a hot lunch every day.
Brings an understanding of fermentation from an indigenous perspective.
Contributes to product development.
Question 10 of 10
What does Matawi advocate in terms of alcohol consumption?
Inebriation is not necessarily a bad thing.
Alcohol forms a part of almost every traditional or cultural celebration in the African context.
Mead is better than wine.