“Jesus loves you too,” shout the thick black letters on the back of one of the neon jackets.
Dingani Dlamini, in his black New York Yankees cap, black T-shirt, and short beard and moustache, says he knows this game by now.
“I didn’t have a job. I had to choose: recycle or rob people,” he says, keeping a close watch on what I write, his black shoes dirty and worn out.
“I chose recycling.”
Read about cash-for-trash here.
Hunger, disease, dwindling natural resources—climate change promises to visit all of those misfortunes and more on humankind if it can’t be curbed. But there’s something else a changing climate can take away from humans, Fiona Harvey reports for The Guardian: their cultural heritage. A new UNESCO report suggests that some of the world’s most famous heritage sites could be destroyed by climate change.
This week we pay tribute to a remarkable woman with songs, personal stories, chats and memorable moments on the iStart2 Show. Karen Kotze passed away last week after a fierce battle with brain cancer. Karen was the driving force behind iStart2, always supporting, always sharing the weekly cartoon and radio show posts ... always inspiring our team to succeed and spread the message of sustainability through art. We say goodbye to our favourite jurist, our loving team member and an extraordinary unique friend who will always be our guiding light amongst the honey bees and the stars.
Keitu Gwangwa & Pierre du Toit host the iStart2 Show on Thursdays at 17h30. Radio Today broadcasts on 1485 MW (AM) in greater Johannesburg and countrywide on #DStv audio channel 869.
Radio Today also streams globally on www.1485.org.za.