Noma Afrika is a domestic worker in Sea Point. Eating healthily on her income is not an easy task. This video explores the economic contrast between a South African domestic worker and her employer and how this impacts their access to healthy foods. We also hear from Potsho Seploane, a dietician from the World Food Programme about some solutions to nutritional inequality impacting millions of South Africans across the country.
Naledzani, shares her story about how hunger impacts her children’s lives, her TB medication, and overall – her struggle for gender equality.
Easter is a time of family bonding and lots of chocolates. How much chocolate should we be giving our children during our easter festivities. Dietician and author Mpho Tshikudu tells us more.
This is Lucky’s story, emblematic of the 70% of obese and overweight women in South Africa whose health is in crisis.