President Cyril Ramaphosa is running out of time to deliver his promised new “social compact” for South Africa.
When we give food, we give dignity. When we give dignity, we give hope. When we give hope, we nourish our society.
Siyabuya stands behind Djo BaNkuna, the self-styled “cabbage bandit”. BaNkuna is doing what Siyabuya is urging all South Africans to do – helping to feed the country’s starving millions.
Tshwane metro police want to fine or arrest him, but to Siyabuya Djo BaNkuna is a hero.
The Siyabuya movement has appointed a high-powered advisory panel of experts who will help guide the development and rollout of campaigns to help South Africa recover from the economic devastation caused by the coronavirus pandemic.
Despite being unemployed, Tankiso Moremi stepped up to help feed, clothe and care for his community. That’s why the residents of Pimville, in Soweto, now call him “Kasi Hero”.
The crisis of looting, rioting and death, which threatened to destroy us only weeks ago, now holds the promise of following another path down which lies hope and the opportunity to be better than we were before.
As a young boy growing up in a township, Captain Vusi Khumalo dreamed of becoming a pilot. Then, pandemic turned him into a national hero.
When lockdown started, Woodstock Brewery turned itself into a soup kitchen and figured out how to use its brewing equipment to make hot, nutritious meals for less than R2 a serving.