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Equal Education marches to Department of Education

December 3, 2018
News  

Five years after pledges were made to address sanitation issues in Gauteng schools, still there are schools with more than 51 learners poor toilet, broken toilets, broken taps, toilet doors that don’t lock and schools with more than 400 children per cleaner.

Gauteng food banks remain empty

December 3, 2018
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Amost half-a-million Gauteng beneficiaries reliant on feeding schemes under the suspended provincial food bank programme, having already gone hungry for four months, are now facing a bleak Christmas.

Reduce your diabetes risk

November 14, 2018
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As South Africa marks World Diabetes Day this Wednesday, recent data from the International Diabetes Federation estimates that 3.85-million South Africans have diabetes, with a large portion of them undiagnosed.This equates to an estimated 7% of adults aged between 21 and 79.

New technology reduces 87% of sugars from fruit juice

November 14, 2018
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As the globe marks World Diabetes Day this Wednesday, the founder of a juice company claims he has found a successful way to remove 87% of sugar from fruit juice.

Grow Great Campaign aims to stop stunting

November 8, 2018
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One in five South African children under the age of five suffer from stunting.This is according to the recent South African Demographic and Health Survey that found that stunted children suffer delayed growth and their brains don’t develop as they should.

Vuyo Radebe’s journey to a healthy lifestyle

October 25, 2018
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Vuyo Radebe, an Mthatha-born fitness celebrity, is inspiring people on social media to live a healthy life style.

Healthy lunch boxes part of fight against obesity

October 18, 2018
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The number of South African children who are overweight or obesity is on the increase. Professor Salome Kruger of the Nutrition Centre of Excellence at the University of North West believes work needs to be done to combat this problem in school-going children.