People

30th September

The relevance of struggle

When the COVID-19 pandemic led to job losses, Maria Chand overcame her ordeal by opening up her own business. It wasn’t the kind of startup that raked in money in the thousands. But it was...

28th September

Shobna’s resolve

The COVID-19 pandemic served as a catalyst for change. For some, the period brought pain and suffering. Others seized the opportunities the crisis provided to try out something new. That is exactly what Shobna Kishore did – she continued to raise her children during the pandemic but also decided to delve into the business world....

27th September

‘All for my son’ – An act of healing

Being selfless is not just doing a job, it is an act of healing and radiating love. That is the reason why everyday, Iliaseri Saqasaqa, gets down to shine shoes in the heart of the Capital City. There are a lot of unpleasant things the 48-year-old did in his life, things that once put him...

26th September

A mum’s ordeal – Lessons to learn about RHD

A Pregnant mother always hopes that her child is born healthy and lives a long life. When Erini Tokarua gave birth to her eldest child Walter Tokarua 13 years ago, she never imagined that her child would later be diagnosed with rheumatic heart disease. Ms Tokarua remembers the morning when her five-year-old son woke up...

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