Landa: I’m proud to announce a new film project with Landa & Partners – ProjectLandAway

Landa, the company behind the ambitious project to create a new park in South Africa, has announced that it has teamed up with a local NGO to help bring together residents of the area to create an open space for local residents.

The land-based, mixed-use project, known as ProjectLandaway, will be the first of its kind in South African territory and is slated to be completed by the end of this year.

Landa said that it hopes the project will help create a vibrant, green community with a diverse array of cultures and lifestyles, with the help of volunteers.

“We want to create this place where people from all walks of life come together, work together, play together, live together,” said Landa co-founder and chief executive officer Karsten O’Connell.

“I’m very excited about this project because it represents a great opportunity for Landa to work with a non-governmental organisation to give this park a new lease of life and create a space for people to live together.”

“This is an exciting time for South Africa,” said Zuma.

“We’ve got a lot of young people and the land they will use is very valuable.

This is a great way to connect young people with our culture.”

The land being used is part of the new Parkland Project, which is being run by a group of South African NGOs working on a series of projects aimed at creating new parks for the country.

The aim is to create more than 4,000 hectares of parkland in a series for the people of South Africa.

ProjectLandaway will be one of the first projects that Landa has partnered with in South Australia, which has been hit hard by the loss of farmland due to climate change and deforestation.

“The Landa family is proud to have partnered with the Landa Foundation in South South Africa and support this project,” O’Conners said.

“ProjectLand Away will offer a space that will support local communities and create jobs for locals.”

It’s a great project for South Africans who are struggling with the impacts of climate change, but also for those who want to improve the quality of life for the local people.

“ProjectLandAways will make South Africa an even more attractive place to live, work and live,” he added.

“South Africa is home to some of the best parks in the world and this project will create new parks, opportunities for people and create thousands of jobs for South African people.”

The new project is expected to create 2,500 jobs, as well as help boost tourism to South Africa from the project.

“It will create opportunities for us as a company and for the residents of this park to earn money for themselves and for their families,” O`Connell said.