• Reproductive justice now
    Young people were encouraged to register for the upcoming elections, but Noziziwe Buthelezi* won’t be voting in these elections or ever. She died last week after after a failed, unsafe abortion. While abortion is legal in South Africa, women like Noziziwe* are forced to risk their lives by using unsafe, illegal options. The posters advertising these fill our streets, yet most public institutions have no information about the safe, free alternatives available to women. If enough of us come together, we can demand that the National Department of Health (NDOH) upholds women’s right to access quality, affordable and acceptable sexual and reproductive healthcare services, including abortion. *Not her real name
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    Created by The Sexual & Reproductive Justice Coalition Picture
  • Sign to demand healthy food for [name of school] learners: MEC Panyaza Lesufi and MEC Dr Gwen Ram...
    Ensuring our children aren't hungry is our first priority as a community, but often the cheapest foods are unhealthy and can lead to health issues in our children, now and in the future, including type 2 diabetes, heart disease, high blood pressure, joint pain and certain cancers, which can be the result of lack of access to healthy food. We asked your school questions about what food most learners buy for lunch, and most said they buy kotas from vendors with sugary drinks. Learners also bought ice lollies, sweets and ice creams. This is not a balanced diet, and what we eat affects how much we can concentrate, and how sick we will get in the future. We use to have to just worry about HIV/AIDS, TB and other diseases, but now diseases like type 2 diabetes are increasing in our communities. The other reason we are getting sicker is because greedy junk food companies are aggressively marketing their products in our schools. But we can change this, if enough of us come together, we can ensure our voices are heard by the the MECs of Education and Health. If you don’t have email, you can join the campaign for free by dialing this code on your phone *134*1994*456#
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  • Stop riging Kagera donors condolences
    This goverment has been rigging it own funds/budget in the name of recostruction of the corrupt system but corruption is even growing in alarming speed and has been musterminded by the state itself.
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    Created by Antisedition Tanzania
  • Access to Railway Stations for old and disabled people.
    The bedrock of our nations is the older folk who suffered and endured the brunt of the apartheid regimefor years, who sacrificed their youth and who have contributed, in no small measure, to the economy of this country - yes they did! - are being marginalised because they are not spending hundreds of thousands of rands per annum on housing or holidays or shopping at the top boutiques. If they don't get to the baas' (white, black, brown or pink) house early enough, then the baas cannot go to work knowing that their kid(s) are safe, their house will be looked after and cleaned, the plumber/TV man/electrician will be given access to repair or install some new equipment/appliance. I want them to get the consideration and respect due to them!
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    Created by Randall Haupt Picture
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