Presented by: Monamudi, Kutu K, Meso, Sipambo
Provisioning System:Moloko Monamudi
Goat farming in the Nama-Karoo directly and indirectly support, like 100 towns,thousands of school , hundreds of of banks retailers and about a million of people which can say a lot of about their employment cause one can pay for school funds and still put money in the bank is simply impossible a times but just shows that farming in the karoo has no say in unemployment, due to the karoo mostly consist of farms.
Plants themselves feed on each other, meaning a plant can saviour on its own due to the reproduction of own food and plants which in the desert always have ways to secure or save water on their own depending on the period of time that the plant can live
Karoo is a sustainably place
Regulating System: Kenny Kutu
The namaqua land karoo, better known as the Nama-Karoo biome is part of the karoo region which covers approximately 500 000 square kilometers of South Africa, which equates to a third of the total area of South Africa. The Nama-Karoo is a vast open region with very little species, but is still rich with low shurb vegetation, flora and fauna. Although having flora, they you are heavily adapted to survive in its harsh climate, with temperature variations around 25°C. The Nama-Karoo has frequent droughts and has rainfall of around 500 and 200mm a year, depending on an areas location or proximity to the sea. Agriculture and mining is very frequent in this area, with goat grazing very common as a source of food and employment
Cultural system:Lebo Meso
The karoo is one of the finest and quietest places on earth .With the right equipment you can record the faint scratching of the atmosphere against the planet.
Certain flowers and plants found in the karoo can be used for “muthi” used by sangomas.They help them in the making of medicines for certain sicknesses.
The karoo with its dry clean air and stars can easily make your body fall asleep the smooth air is responsible for the relaxation of the Mid-body and spirit.
The dry spaces have been attracting the spirituality I humans. Different type of elements and horizon are used to help someone through depression .
The Khoi San people used these fields to do most of they’re rituals
Support System: Hlubi Sipambo
Soil nutrient affects vegetation patterns.The ungulate concentration and resulting accumulations of excreta strongly influence soul microbial activity and accelerate the nutrient cycle.
The dominant soil forming processes have been rock weathering , the formation of of orthic top soil horizons and commonly clay , giving rise to horizons . Any other soul form can be also found in these land types : Oakley soul forms, deep or shallow, developed by rock weathering.