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Card image 24 April 2019 Farmers Review Africa

Vodacom’s female farmer programme shines the spotlight on emerging small scale farmers in rural parts of South Africa

350 small-scale female farmers in Limpopo province alone have been trained through this programme to date. JOHANNESBURG – In a move that creates equal opportunities for women and youth from South Africa’s deep rural areas by equipping them with digital literacy for today’s digital economy and knowledge society –  Vodacom Foundation, in partnership with UN …

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“Given the fact that it is widely available on the web, in various languages, makes it even more useful at a time when migration debates are not always focused and especially public debates not always based on facts.”

Read the #WMR2022 here: http://bit.ly/3COlB51

I can think of no one better qualified to sit as Judge in the Constitutional Court. https://www.dailymaverick.co.za/article/2021-12-02-geoff-budlender-a-raconteur-and-mensch-whose-work-in-human-rights-is-bigger-than-mount-kilimanjaro/

After two years of intense campaigning to get our parliament to adopt the Climate Justice Charter as per section 234 of South Africa's constitution, parliament has treated us with contempt and ignored our demand. The climate crisis has begun.

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