COVID-19 - No to hunger for school children

South Africa's President Cyril Ramaphosa's address on the 15th of this month sent shockwaves throughout the country. Every industry sector without fail has been affected by the government's measures to curb the spread of COVID-19. And for a host of learners throughout South Africa, school closures mean far more than just skipping classes as some of them rely heavily on the one meal they receive at school. Brad Stern, Chief Marketing Officer at Superiate, a boutique marketing consultancy and project management agency, decided that the only course of action to stop thousands of children from going hungry was to make a plan of his own. He tells us more about his initiative on the line talking to Lebogang Mabange...