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Mandi Smallhorne

Mandi Smallhorne

    A voice for the waste-picker
    A voice for the waste-picker
    A new organisation provides muscle to the people who trawl your waste for recyclables
    Not so sweet, please
    Not so sweet, please
    Sugar-sweetened drinks are pushing up diabetes levels
    Tighten legal looting loopholes
    Tighten legal looting loopholes
    Multinationals, crooks and terrorists 'steal' trillions of dollars in illicit financial flows
    Supporting miners' families
    Supporting miners' families
    Accessing social benefits is life-changing for impoverished families
    Women could feed the world - if we let them
    Women could feed the world - if we let them
    The strengths of Southern Africa’s female farmers are many, but obstacles to development remain
    Baby steps to securing mineworker's benefits
    Baby steps to securing mineworker's benefits
    There is a lot of money outstanding to mineworkers and their families, but some strategies are now in place to remedy this
    Reaping rural rewards
    Reaping rural rewards
    Zodwa Lubisi is dealing with real issues women and children face in rural Mpumulanga
    Tomorrow's leaders on the rise
    Tomorrow's leaders on the rise
    Koo Govender focuses on fast-tracking young women's acquisition of skills in order to propel them into leadership positions
    A deeper understanding of injustice
    A deeper understanding of injustice
    Nwokedi's history has informed her conscience
    Excessive insulin is driving obesity, diabetes
    Excessive insulin is driving obesity, diabetes
    Insulin resistance is caused by the body adjusting to the presence of too much insulin over extended periods and is one of the causes of obesity.
    More blessed to give than to receive?
    More blessed to give than to receive?
    Benevolence and justice for the vulnerable are not always mutually inclusive concepts