The Bonteheuwel Environment Forum ( BEF) consists out of  9 members which represents 5 females , 3 males and 1 disabled person. The BEF are actively in monitoring the state of  environment in Bonteheuwel. The forum have representation on the City of Cape Town Ward Forum. The BEF chairlady , Fagmieda Khan was elected as a South African Women Environment Ambassodor at the Africa Women Environment Parliament in August 2010.
The BEF are committed to building partnerships with national- , provincail-, local government , community sector and business in the fight against global warming. 
The BEF are currently  being funded by the JET Community Awards Program from 2008 until 2011. 

the cape flats news

The Cape Flats News is a community newspaper which circulated within the cape flats communities and reports on community affairs and positive stories. The newspaper reports frequently on environment education and awareness matters. Wilmot Arendse is a Freelance environmental writer for the cape flats news.