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Tribute to Mr Patrick  Molefe Shai

Tribute to Mr Patrick Molefe Shai

Brothers for Life joins millions of South Africans in mourning the passing of community activist and veteran actor Mr Patrick Molefe Shai. His involvement with the  Brothers for Life campaign from inception thirteen years ago has touched and mobilised millions of men and boys to do the right thing and toward ending gender based violence. 

SA Finance Minister lambasted for silence on sugar tax

SA Finance Minister lambasted for silence on sugar tax

ABBEY MAKOE HEALTHY Living Alliance (HEALA), the Centre for Communication Impact (CCI), which is a health and social behaviour change and communication organisation have, together with their partners, lambasted finance minister Enoch Godongwana’s silence about their repeated calls to hike the so-called “sugar tax”. Food Policy Project manager at the CCI, Selaelo Mabela, says: “We

The dual GBVF and COVID-19 pandemics jeopardize women and children’s safety.

The dual GBVF and COVID-19 pandemics jeopardize women and children’s safety.

The dual GBVF and COVID-19 pandemics jeopardize women and children’s safety. We have celebrated this Women’s Month in the peak of COVID-19’s parallel pandemic whose  effects cut across every aspect of society. Women, children, persons with disabilities, LGBTQIA+ (lesbian, gay, bi-sexual, trans-sexual, queer, intersex, a-sexual+) and other vulnerable persons are not spared but are more

Front of Package Warning Labels

Front of Package Warning Labels

Write-up: The #whatsinmyfood campaign in partnership with HEALA aims to encourage South Africans to question the contents of the processed foods they eat and understand how high levels of sugar, salt and saturated fat negatively affect their health. The overarching message of this campaign is “you have the right to know what’s in your food”.  As part

COVID-19 Risk Communication and Community Engagement

COVID-19 Risk Communication and Community Engagement

With funding from USAID, CCI is working with the National Department of Health, Provincial Departments of Health and other partners to implement Risk Communication and Community Engagement in all nine Provinces of South Africa. Specifically, CCI is mandated to support the following RCCE competencies. Risk Communication Systems: Support the South African Government to engage with

CCI leads vaccination communication by example, by taking the jab

CCI leads vaccination communication by example, by taking the jab

CCI is not only leading in vaccination communication, the CEO, Ms Claudia Shilumani and executive members are leading by example for taking their COVID-19 vaccination as part of the Sisonke’s extended healthcare worker vaccination programme recently. She was joined by two members of the Executive Management Team, Sakumzi Ntayiya and Mogale Mashiapata, they received the jab