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The rise in attacks on people and groups working to protect environmental and indigenous human rights has been attributed to the heightened demand for natural resources around the world
The Bomme Ke Nako food garden project is situated 55 kilometres outside Kuruman in a village called Vergenoeg
September is International Literacy Month. According to the United Nations Education, Scientific and Cultural Organisation (Unesco), 750 million people around the world remain illiterate, two-thirds of whom are women. In sub-Saharan Africa, the adult literacy rate rose from 52% in 1990% to 65% in 2016 and the youth literacy rate rose from 65% to 75%
Mental health is still a taboo subject among South African men, which has caused many to feel that the only way out is suicide