child development

 
Sticks and stones and smartphones
Sticks and stones and smartphones
Technology is ubiquitous in the 21st century. Children as young as eight have access to smartphones and 18-month-olds are using iPads.
What's behind children being cast as witches in Nigeria
What's behind children being cast as witches in Nigeria
The rescue of a two-year-old Nigerian child has attracted extensive social and...
When you feed a child, you feed their mind
When you feed a child, you feed their mind
More than one in five children in South Africa are stunted, according to the Global Nutrition Report 2015 and addressing that should be the focus of...
Fracking chemicals 'may affect fertility'
Fracking chemicals 'may affect fertility'
 People who live near fracking operations should be monitored for chemical contaminants and health problems, according to researchers who have...
Levelling the rural playing fields
Levelling the rural playing fields
Transnet makes use of sport as a key instrument to help extricate South Africa's disadvantaged children from the yoke of poverty.
'Sometimes I don't feel safe'
'Sometimes I don't feel safe'
Childhood in rural KwaZulu-Natal is short and often difficult. Poverty, hunger, lack of social services, crime and HIV are some of the struggles...

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