Why we are going to court to force government to provide school meals

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Reports suggest that the School Nutrition Programme has collapsed over the past few years due to poor administration in parts of the Eastern Cape and Free State. Picture: File
Reports suggest that the School Nutrition Programme has collapsed over the past few years due to poor administration in parts of the Eastern Cape and Free State. Picture: File

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Equal Education and two Limpopo Schools have taken the government to court in order to ensure that children can benefit from school feeding schemes.

It is tragic that we have had to do so.

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