As we've commemorated Youth Day in honour of the Sowetan schoolchildren who sacrificed their lives fighting for better education in 1976, it’s worth looking at today’s youth who are using education and job skill development to fight against unemployment and poverty.
Pioneer Foods is proud to announce Thanks SA!; the biggest value-add campaign in the history of the company, and a way to show the group’s appreciation for the support from millions of South Africans who choose to stock up on their household favourites from Pioneer’s portfolio of power-brands.
Nearly 5000 learners in five disadvantaged schools in KwaZulu-Natal will receive a healthy breakfast every school day as Pioneer Foods rolled out its schools breakfast nutrition programme in the province this week. The programme already feeds more than 21 000 learners throughout 25 schools in the Western Cape, Northern Cape, Limpopo, North West and the Free State.
[Cape Town – 17 October 2016] For Pioneer Foods, breakfast is not just about getting the day started, it’s about giving children from families battling to put food on the table the nutrition they need to make it through the school day. This is why Pioneer is feeding 21 450 children daily in five provinces with its School Breakfast Nutrition Programme launched just last year.