How do we create a generation of young women who know their rights and young men who are less likely than their fathers to raise their fists? The Department of Basic Education believes we can learn from Sweden, and improve sexuality education in schools to teach learners about gender inequality, power, violence, and rape culture.
NORTHERN CAPE – Future leaders is a group of Kuruman youth living with HIV who have decided that they want to attend next year’s Aids Conference in Durban.
What started out as a small yoga practice for stressed teenagers in Alexandra township has grown into a large health club with almost 500 members – many of them using yoga to deal with life.
LIMPOPO – Eating pap twice a day and drinking a lot of sugary drinks has contributed in Fhulufhelo Tshivhase (29), of Duthuni village, becoming overweight. It is something she now regrets.
Tuberculosis infections in the Northern Cape have been rising steeply, particularly in the John Taolo Gasetsewe District.
Three young intersex South Africans have decided to go public with their stories to bring awareness to the plight of intersex infants and children who are still currently receiving unnecessary operations in this country to make their sex characteristics fit the binary of male or female.
A R40-million road upgrade project intended to benefit the people of the Eastern Cape has instead resulted in a massive crime wave in the areas near the N2 highway bridge.