One of the DSTV Premiership teams based in Mpumalanga has took some time out on Saturday and decided to give back to the community of Mamelodi on 'World Food Day' As a football club that is more than just a business, at times it can be the few role models in a specific area and that is why a club’s social responsibility is very key to makes sure that the fans are okay at all times to keep them rallying behind them when they hit the football pitch.
FOOD SECURITY A PRIORITY I joined the MEC for Agriculture and Rural Development, William Bulwane in Clarens today for the celebration of World Food Day. This day is celebrated annually across the world in remembrance of founding the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) of the United Nations. We celebrate this year’s World Food Day while the world is under attack from an invisible, yet deadly enemy called COVID-19. The impact of this disease has had a direct impact on food production and food security. The
It is said that on the 16th Of October more than 19 Million South Africans will suffer from hunger. During this world pendamic lock down in South African lot of disadvantage families never get food parcels and the SRD funds for unemployed people. According to the Organization it is said millions of food goes to waste each year more than enough to feed the entire Country. SA Harvest is a food rescue Organization that launched in 2019.It will celebrate the one year anniversary of its official launch on World Food