Meet Tankiso Moremi. His story began as the Covid-19 lockdown made the hungry crisis in his community more acute. Despite being unemployed, he knew that something had to be done and so started a soup kitchen to help feed hungry kids in his community. Now, he does so much more – helping wherever he can. That’s why the residents of Pimville, in Soweto, now call him “Kasi Hero”.
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Siyabuya calls for continuous and clear communication on the country’s vaccine roll-out.
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