6.8.2020 05:01 am
The organisation says it needs more funds to be able to continue feeding the poor.
More than 140,000 food parcels have been distributed to vulnerable, food insecure, and disadvantaged communities across South Africa, made possible by The Lunchbox Fund.
Mchunu said the Covid-19 pandemic required the strengthening of the state’s capacity and an end to inefficient service delivery.
No social gathering, picnics or public events will be allowed, and visitors have to wear masks.
It is just before sunrise and volunteers are hauling nets full of gleaming, wriggling carp out of Groenvlei Lake.
A procession will leave the funeral parlour shortly after 2pm on Tuesday and is expected to arrive at the family home in Dube, Soweto at 3pm.
‘If you see transformation as a black or coloured guy taking a white player’s spot, then you’re looking at the transformation the wrong way,’ Erasmus said.
‘It’s difficult to come to terms with the fact that you have to put in twice the work to get half the opportunities available,’ the former Springbok prop says.
‘We all need to look past our differences and the colour of our skin … embrace each other for our differences because there is strength in that.’
In the book, he talks about African traditions and focuses on issues that affect ‘almost everyone’.
The commission said succession issues have been plaguing other churches too, and it will be developing guidelines for succession with input from churches.
‘In a country where GBV and other related atrocities are rife, survivors should not feel that the justice system has failed them,’ the commission said.
They were ‘overwhelmingly focused’ on the fear that formal jobs in ‘legal, tax-paying businesses may be lost while the black market thrives’.
‘I see no progress in my life and it’s stressing me. I want to go to rehab now,’ says Koketso Mokwena, a nyaope user who had vowed to use the lockdown to kick the habit.
A report found that our dietary choices and the global food systems are one of the key drivers for diseases such as Covid-19.
Recovering nyaope addicts in Pretoria ride the Covid-19 emotional rollercoaster, and we discover how boredom, shame, and the supposed need for female attention means many might possibly return to their lives of drug use and, in some cases crime.