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Meet Thandi and Captain Stay Safe, two cartoon characters developed by Food For Mzansi to keep South African kids informed about the Covid-19 pandemic. Besides a two-part children’s story, grownups can also look forward to candid interviews helping them to navigate through the unprecedented pandemic. Also check out "Battle of Covid-19 and Captain Stay Safe", a weekly cartoon series developed by the 11-year-old Jan Louwrens, especially for Food For Mzansi kids. The cartoon is available in 11 different South African language.

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Meet Thandi and Captain Stay Safe, two cartoon characters developed by Food For Mzansi to keep South African kids informed about the Covid-19 pandemic. Besides a two-part children’s story, grownups can also look forward to candid interviews helping them to navigate through the unprecedented pandemic. Also check out "Battle of Covid-19 and Captain Stay Safe", a weekly cartoon series developed by the 11-year-old Jan Louwrens, especially for Food For Mzansi kids. The cartoon is available in 11 different South African language.

    Be proactive about covid-19 at home and school

    Be proactive about covid-19 at home and school

    South Africa has begun with a phased-in approach to get learners back in school despite the Covid-19 pandemic. The reality is, however, that many learners and teachers are falling ill, with reports of school closures due to the coronavirus almost a daily occurrence. Food For Mzansi editor Dawn Noemdoe chats to Khanyisane Falake, a maths teacher at Norman Henshilwood High School in Constantia in the Western Cape, about measures to help keep kids safe in school.
    Also listen to Food For Mzansi’s two-part Covid-19 children’s story called “Thandi and Captain Stay Safe”. Captain Stay Safe is a cartoon character especially developed for Food For Mzansi by an 11-year-old reader, Jan Louwrens. Remember, too, that our cartoon series on our website is available in 11 different South African languages to educate children about the novel coronavirus.

    • 22 min
    How to talk to your kids about Covid-19

    How to talk to your kids about Covid-19

    Parents have a responsibility to help children make sense of the consequences of Covid-19. Food For Mzansi journalist Sinesipho Tom chats to pediatric psychologist Dr Dane Channon about helping children organise all their thoughts and feelings during the pandemic.
    Also listen to Food For Mzansi’s two-part Covid-19 children’s story called “Thandi and Captain Stay Safe”. Captain Stay Safe is a cartoon character especially developed for Food For Mzansi by an 11-year-old reader, Jan Louwrens. Remember, too, that our cartoon series on http://www.FoodForMzansi.co.za/covid19 (www.FoodForMzansi.co.za/covid19) is available in 11 different South African languages to educate children about the novel coronavirus.

    • 8 min
    We can all be heroes in the battle of Covid-19

    We can all be heroes in the battle of Covid-19

    This is the second episode of Food For Mzansi’s two-part Covid-19 children’s story called “Thandi and Captain Stay Safe”. Captain Stay Safe is a cartoon character especially developed for Food For Mzansi by an 11-year-old reader, Jan Louwrens. Also go to http://www.FoodForMzansi.co.za/covid19 (www.FoodForMzansi.co.za/covid19) for a cool cartoon series in 11 different South African languages to educate children about the novel coronavirus. The readers in this podcast episode are Food For Mzansi journalists Ivor Price, Kobus Louwrens, Dawn Noemdoe, Duncan Masiwa, Noluthando Ngcakani, Sinesipho Tom and Food For Mzansi readers Stephanie Baartman, Solomon Cupido, Anna Louwrens, Jan Louwrens and Monroe Rosant.

    • 16 min
    Thandi jumps on Captain Stay Safe’s wings

    Thandi jumps on Captain Stay Safe’s wings

    This is the first episode of Food For Mzansi’s two-part Covid-19 children’s story called “Thandi and Captain Stay Safe”. Captain Stay Safe is a cartoon character especially developed for Food For Mzansi by an 11-year-old reader, Jan Louwrens. Also go to http://www.FoodForMzansi.co.za/covid19 (www.FoodForMzansi.co.za/covid19) for a cool cartoon series in 11 different South African languages to educate children about the novel coronavirus. The readers in this podcast episode are Food For Mzansi journalists Ivor Price, Kobus Louwrens, Dawn Noemdoe, Duncan Masiwa, Noluthando Ngcakani, Sinesipho Tom and Food For Mzansi readers Stephanie Baartman, Solomon Cupido, Anna Louwrens, Jan Louwrens, Monroe Rosant and Ronelle Louwrens.

    • 11 min
    Healthy eating tips to face the Covid-19 crisis

    Healthy eating tips to face the Covid-19 crisis

    The Covid-19 lockdown is an opportunity to change food habits for good. In this episode, Food For Mzansi editor Dawn Noemdoe chats to dietician Andrea du Plessis, whilst journalist Noluthando Ngckani speaks to Siyabonga Mngoma, the founder of Abundance Wholesome Foods. They have great advice about easy, affordable and healthy eating tips during the pandemic.
    Also listen to Food For Mzansi’s two-part Covid-19 children’s story called “Thandi and Captain Stay Safe”. Captain Stay Safe is a cartoon character especially developed for Food For Mzansi by an 11-year-old reader, Jan Louwrens. Remember, too, that our cartoon series on http://www.FoodForMzansi.co.za/covid19 (www.FoodForMzansi.co.za/covid19) is available in 11 different South African languages to educate children about the novel coronavirus.

    • 13 min

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