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The Living Stones Community House is a creative partnership between Yeast City Housing and the City Methodist Mission. This complemented the church's creative combination of a worship facility, with small enterprises, a day care centre, an HI


In 1998 Yeast City Housing entered into a long-term lease agreement with the YMCA to manage Hofmeyr House in 460 Van der Walt Street. This was quite a challenge as we took on management when the building had a debt of R200, 000 with the City Coun


Finally the dream has come true for 15 people with mental problems of Pretoria. The completion of this project will see these previously vulnerable members of our society finally having a place to call iKhaya lethu.


In August 2010 at a prestigious event held to launch TAU Village The Village is located at 279 Struben Street in the City Centre, a block away from the taxi rank, and surrounded by different retail stores including the newly constructed Blood


Yeast was able to purchase a vacant site in 292 Scheiding Street from the Gereformeerde Kerk, Pretoria. Strategically located near the Tshwane Central Station, and right next to the historic Melrose House, this is our second largest institutional


Yeast City Housing purchased its first property in 1998, namely a church building and adjacent house in Salvokop. This property is today known as the Inkululeko (freedom) Community Centre, hosting a pre-school care-centre, children's program


Another creative partnership gave birth to the Sediba House project. Yeast entered into a 20-year lease agreement with its sister organization in the city, Pretoria Evangelism & Nurture (PEN). PEN, the landlord of this property, is respon


The Jubilee Centre in Burgers Park Lane was built as part of a broader vision to develop a multi-purpose inner city community centre on the site bought in 2000. It was the first multi-purpose apartment complex developed by Yeast City Housing, off


The first building managed by Yeast and purchased in 2000, was Litakoemi at 287 Visagie Street. When  PCM rented and managed the building in 1993, it  was only 30% occupied and all the residents were white. Within a month of their manag


Many socio-economic issues have led to broken families and an alarming growth in the number of young girls living on the streets. In responding to this challenge, PCM (as it was then called) established a shelter for them in 1993, called Lerato
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