One of them enabled McGregor’s first ever mountain biking team, which will participate in Ride 2 Nowhere from 9 to 11 September.
The organization has been saving abused donkeys for nearly 10 years. Some of the worst cases they’ve seen are where donkeys arrive “pitifully thin, weak and covered in ticks”. They also see see a lot of hoof and skin problems. Right now they have 21 of the animals, but they have successfully re-homed many.
Needy recipients have been awarded 80 wheelchairs in the past six months using proceeds from the collection of thousands of high-impact polystyrene bread tags, used as bread-bag fasteners. “We are amazed at the growth of this project as volunteers from all ages and walks of life become involved in collecting these bread tags,” says Adri […]
“I think the festival is one of the best things to have happened to homeless people in Rio,” says João, speaking to INSP following the event. “I really believe the project can change the way Brazilians treat homeless people.” For five days, from 19-23 July, homeless choirs and other arts companies occupied the Rio’s streets, […]
Paballo Molahleni realises that love, commitment and communication can triumph over stereotypes and societal expectations.
Rescuing just one abused circus lion is no easy task. Imagine promising to care for no fewer than 33 of the predators – for life. Janine Stephen catches up with the big cats rescued from South America, and their carer, Savannah Heuser.
The phrase “rape culture” hit the headlines recently, as campus protesters took the issue to the streets. Marion Scher looks at some of the questions it raised, from the use of language, to attitudes, to secondary victimisation.
The Tesla Model 3 is set to hit South Africa next year – but are our roads and drivers ready? And in a global market where at least one car company boss doesn’t want you to buy his electric vehicle, is there really a future for electric cars? Mark van Dijk finds out.
In 2015, the World Economic Forum ranked South Africa’s maths and science education 138th out of 140 countries. Frances Aron finds out how one organisation is addressing the issue.