Press about Ilifa Labantwana
- (16 July 2017) Scramble against measles outbreak. This story was first published in the Sunday Times newspaper.
- (14 December 2016) What the minimum wage means for ECD. This interview was broadcast on Radio 786.
- (30 November 2016) The facts explode the child-grant myth. This article was first published in the Mail&Guardian newspaper.
- (20 December 2016) The 10 worst myths about growing up poor in South Africa. This article first appeared in The Huffington Post South Africa.
- (22 November 2016) Crushing the myths about child support grants. This article was first published on www.702.co.za.
- (15 June 2016) Unlocking the economic value of early childhood development. This interview first flighted on CNBC Africa.
- (20 May 2016) We speak to SAFM’s Morning Talk about the Early Childhood Review 2016.
- (12 May 2016) More than half of South African children left behind. This article first appeared in Health-E News.
- (11 May 2016) SA’s children poor and malnourished. This article first appeared in Bhekisisa Centre for Health Journalism (Mail & Guardian)
- (16 August 2016) We speak to Cape Town’s Bush FM about our #LovePlayTalk community activations.
- (19 July 2016) Sleep essential to make space for new memories. This article first appeared in Die Son newspaper.
- (13 January 2016) Grade RR: Priority or pie in the sky? This article first appeared on the Daily Maverick website.
- (15 September 2015) Sonja Giese, Project Director at Ilifa, explains why talking to babies while they`re in the utero can be beneficial. This interview first aired on Cape Talk.
- (1 September 2015) Parenting app takes innovation prize. This article first appeared on the itWeb website.
- (28 July 2015) SA’s timeliest investment: The first 1000 days of a child’s education. This article first appeared on the Daily Maverick website
- (29 June 2015) App to help parents choose best creches. This article first appeared in the Cape Times newspaper.
News about early childhood development
- (12 July 2017) How poverty affects the brain. This article first appeared in Nature.com.
- (6 April 2017) No child left behind thanks to Siyakwazi, a community-based programme in KZN. This article first appeared on the Daily Maverick website.
- (8 January 2016) Varsity fees bind is but a symptom. This article first appeared in the Business Day newspaper.
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