Unicef’s latest research on child nutrition is a timely reminder to politicians of the shameful deprivation that confronts millions of SA’s poorest children.

Almost a quarter of SA’s children under the age of five live in extreme food poverty, regularly going hungry and frequently consuming calorie-dense food that fills the stomach but provides little nutritional value, Unicef has revealed...

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