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SOUTH AFRICA

Gisele Gurgel, marketing director of Tetra Pak South Africa and John Strömblad, MD of Tetra Pak South Africa
Milk for change

UNICEF studies have found that short-term hunger affects a child's ability to learn. By investing in a child's nutrition you not only feed that child, but in the longer term benefit the country's economy. A glass of milk provides high quality protein and micronutrients in an easily absorbed form...

By Danette Breitenbach 22 Apr 2016

SOUTH AFRICA

CSI that makes a real difference
CSI that makes a real difference

Globalisation, connectivity, and common interests are uniting formerly unrelated groups. But how do you manage reputation in the fast-moving context of digital media...

By Jeff Nemeth 28 Jan 2016

SOUTH AFRICA

Young women are lobbying government for youth friendly clinics.
The right way to deal with teenage pregnancies

A recent article decried the dilemma of teenage pregnancy in South Africa. The article apportioned blame to the fact that schools don't teach the Bible...

By Catherine van Schoor 2 Oct 2015

SOUTH AFRICA

Partnerships can rectify school sanitation horrors
Partnerships can rectify school sanitation horrors

A recent exposé published in a South African daily newspaper and featured on the front page as "School Toilets of Shame", revealed the horrific truth about sanitation in Gauteng schools - in most cases there isn't any...

By Peter Cowan 2 Apr 2015

SOUTH AFRICA

Huggies hands over Kia Sportage to first winner
Huggies hands over Kia Sportage to first winner

Friday, 3 October 2014 is a day Steven Lakay from Swellendam will never forget. He became the lucky owner of a Kia Sportage 2.0L Ignite after entering the Huggies Dry Comfort competition.

By Evan-Lee Courie 7 Oct 2014

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