To balance the challenge of food security with the need for land reform, government partnered with Grain SA to assist 16 crop farmers in the Free State with funding and mentorship. Living Land travels to Senekal to witness the impact of the R36 million RECAP injection. Don’t miss Living Land on SABC2 Saturday 16 June at 11h30. Living Land is produced by No-Line Communications for SABC Education.
On 7 June 2012 Siyayinqoba Beat It! deals with the growing problem of obesity in South Africa. A dietician talks about how modern living and the consumer culture contribute to this problem of obesity, particularly amongst children. A balanced diet and a healthy lifestyle do not need to cost a lot of money. It’s simply about common sense, fresh fruit and vegetables and a bit of exercise.
By Yvonne Kgame, SABC Innovation and Editorial
“We live in a time where isolation is no longer possible. We live in a time of inter mingling with people.
We live in a time of interconnectedness of a shared humanity. We live in a time of an inescapable responsibility for each other and of Earth”, says United Nations Earth Charter. What makes one “African”? Is it the colour of your skin? Is it your ethnicity? Is it your culture? Is it the language you speak?
UN Alliance of Civilizations calls citizens worldwide to ‘Do ONE thing for Diversity and Inclusion’ through 2nd global campaign
New York May 16, 2012- In 2002 The UN General Assembly declared May 21 as the World Day for Cultural Diversity for Dialogue and Development following the adoption in 2001 of the Universal Declaration on Cultural Diversity by UNESCO.
SABC PRESENTS TO PARLIAMENT 2012-15 CORPORATE PLAN
Johannesburg, Wednesday 02 May 2012- The South African Broadcasting Corporation’s (SABC), Board and Management, presented to the Parliament’s Portfolio Committee on Communications, its three year 2012-15 Corporate Plan.
Brothers for Life is a national men's campaign primarily for men aged 30 and over, but also younger men, women, political, traditional, cultural and religious leaders. The campaign is a holistic lifestyle campaign to improve the health and wellbeing of all South Africans. The issues that the campaign addresses are risks associated with the promotion of men’s and family health; gender based violence, male involvement in maternal, child and women’s health; promoting health seeking behaviours amongst men including HIV testing, medical male circumcision, TB and treatment, care and support.