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Breastmilk Saves Children’s Lives

Breastmilk Saves Children’s Lives

On Mandela Day 2017, Save the Children South Africa initiated a breastmilk donation campaign that inspired 67 mums in Limpopo to donate breastmilk to the Mankweng Breastmilk Bank. 

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Furthering Literacy in South Africa

Furthering Literacy in South Africa

Save the Children South Africa’s CEO, Ms Gugulethu “Gugu” Ndebele, has been honoured by the Minister of Basic Education, Mrs Angie Motshekga (MP), for her efforts in furthering literacy in South Africa.

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One in Every Four Children Being Robbed of Their Childhood

One in Every Four Children Being Robbed of Their Childhood

One in every four children being robbed of their childhood, new report from Save the Children finds

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We're Improving Sexual Reproductive Rights at Schools in South Africa

We're Improving Sexual Reproductive Rights at Schools in South Africa

The Department of Basic Education (DBE) recently announced the finalisation of the learner health policy that paves the way for marked improvement in addressing the sexual reproductive rights of young South Africans.

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Don’t Cast-Off CSI as “Junk Status” Sets In - There’s Too Much To Gain

Don’t Cast-Off CSI as “Junk Status” Sets In - There’s Too Much To Gain

Business needs charity as much as charity needs business.  While corporate South Africa grapples with what it really means to run a business in an economy that has been downgraded to ‘junk status’, non-profit organisations are taking a closer look at what impact the tightening of belts will have on communities who rely heavily on charitable support to get by.

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Save the Children South Africa Prioritises Prevention Programmes

Save the Children South Africa Prioritises Prevention Programmes

Save the Children South Africa has emphasised the need for prevention programmes that focuses on protecting children’s childhoods.

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