Did you know South African laws protect women’s right to breastfeed in the workplace?
Breastfeeding is not only good for mom & baby, it’s good for business too.
Watch our video to find out why.
The Code Of Good Practice On The Protection Of Employees During Pregnancy And After The Birth Of A Child.
South African laws protect a women’s right to breastfeed in the workplace by entitling her to two 30 minutes breaks a day to express breastmilk or breastfeed her baby until her baby is 6 months old. Are you a new mom, wanting to find out more about your breastfeeding rights once you return to work? Download our infographic here.
EGGS HELP MY BABY GROW GREAT!
Did you know that eggs are packed with healthy fats, minerals & vitamins e.g. Omega 3, Iron, Choline and Vitamin Bs that are great for your baby’s growth and brain development? Once your baby reaches six months of age, continue to breastfeed your child for as long as you are able to. It is also important at this stage to introduce
Grow Great #GlobalCitizenFestivalSA Challenge
No tickets for Sunday’s @GCMandela100 Festival? #FOMO? We have 6 sets of tickets to give away! All you have to do is find a Grow Great billboard in Gauteng, take a selfie in front of it, post on twitter and follow & tag @growgreatza #growgreatness before 5pm 1 Dec and you might just turn your luck around! #GlobalCitizenFestivalSA #mandela100