ECOSYSTEMS - non profit - 10 years

Corporations must prioritise removing their Carbon from the atmosphere. Human Life support systems are shutting downStop news, advertising and philanthropy used to obscure(& reinforce) environmental degradation.

Social Economic Enviro Sustainability - real sustainabilty can be profitable

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SEESworld INEQUALITY IMPACT UNIT case load, addressing root causes of structural inequality:

1. THE SHOPRIGHT 8 – low income workers - Please see proposed tipping bill we are motivating to be introduced into labour law. We gave these indignant workers the name 'The Shopright 8' (after the 'The Wynberg 7') and campaigned to restore their dignity.


2. STEENVILLA & PAARL: social housing - We uncovered a report on how Nedbank is profiting from social housing. https://www.change.org/p/president-ramaphosa-and-chairperson-of-the-national-council-of-provinces-social-housing-rental-at-steenvilla-to-be-immediately-reduced-to-r550-per-month-for-1-bed-r1250-for-2-bed.


3. MARIKANA: Township High Impact Social Upliftment Programmes developed for Marikana including solar shacks / vegetable gardens / patroller payments and trees .

 4. SIYANGENA: homeless people - affadavit prepared by SEESworld, we were allowed to argue the matter before Judge Holderness in the Western Cape High Court with a positive outcome for the people: https://our.seesworld.org/insidesiyangena


5. RAMAPHOSA: homeless people - affadavit and orders sought prepared by SEESworld with assistance of legal aid. We petitioned the President Judge to stop erroneous orders sought by corporations – we were at court for 3 days.


6. WINNIE MADIKIZELA: homeless people https://our.seesworld.org/insideWinnieMadikizelaCommunity


7. VUKUZENZELE: Indignant Community, homes overcrowded with up to ten people using one bathroom. Their land recently sold to BP Oil Company, without their consent: https://our.seesworld.org/insidevukuzenzelecommunity

  1. 8. FISH HOEK HOMELESS SHELTER: Heal South Africa from the ground up. https://www.change.org/p/nedbank-fish-hoek-homeless-people-south-africa-57151557-fb3f-40a2-8065-bbcbdaa5a936       

 

SEESworld STRUCTURAL CHANGE DIVISION, innovative litigation case load:

 1. BELIEF SYSTEMS

Mainstream news media's role in keeping communities divided, international (Facebook / Google ) and local South Africa and Australia news: News24 & news.com.au.

Corporate South Africa; Bill of Rights written into corporate law since 2008.

Facebook and Google manipulating youth - SEESworld United Nations case lodged June 2012.

Corporate advertising trusted as nutritional advice by low income and indignant communities.

Advertising in South African Townships : https://www.change.org/p/cyril-ramaphosa-stop-murders-in-marikana-capetown

Advertising to children: Stop advertising that alters the meaning of words to children under 12 years.

SEESworld petitioned Corporate Australia 2014. Brazil's Conundra Agreement- SEESworld lodged case with all South African Provincial Administrators.

 

2. WAGES and RETIREMENT PENSIONS

Benchmark the retirement pension and minimum wage to the cost of living in South Africa

Constitutional Servitude Law Expansion: Pensions and minimum wages currently below poverty line in South Africa.

 

3. FOOD

Non-communicable disease and food transparency.

Commercial animal feed suppliers – pharmacuetical industry

Hundreds of deaths monthly on the Cape Flats of South Africa.

 

4. WATER

Cape Town Water - BP / CALTEX /ENGEN/WINE FARMERS and NEWS MEDIA silence.

 

5. RENTALS

Rentals costs have exceeded 50% of the average household income in South Africa and Australia.

Tenancy laws mainly protect landlord's income in South Africa

Rental Tribunal Board Western Cape– zero protection to tenants from influential landlords with

experienced attorneys.

 

6. MENTAL ILLNESS

Mental illness, Food and the pharmaceutical industry

Depression, Parkinson's, Alzheimer's, autism, ADHD.

 

7. SMALL BUSINESS

The only sector that currently creats socioeconomic opportunities

 

8. TRIBUNAL & OMBUDSMAN TRAINING in SOUTH AFRICA

Rental Tribunals – Training on corporate and landlord human rights responsibilities

Judiciary staff - Conducting seminars on corporate human rights responsibilities

Insurance Ombudsman: Currently no protection for those on the road(drivers) that need them the most.

Consumer rights – companies slowly reducing packaged product quantities while maintaining same price.

Financial Ombudsman – training on human rights liabilities of corporations.

 

9. YOUTH LEADERSHIP – TOWNSHIPS

Youth – re-engaging township youth by delivering actual programmes that create generational change to inequality on a structural level – see SEESworld community programmes and bills.

 

10. BILLS AND PROGRAMMES

PROPOSED BILLS online at SEESworld.org.

COMMUNITY PROGRAMMES online at SEESworld.org.

https://seesworld.org/index.php/seesfight

 

MIND

SEESworld's app and web software are designed to drive creative thoughts - connecting your business with communities and individuals with the life and job you want. Our code is built on a new mental model and captures community upliftment moments.

BODY

Spreading awareness about how poor nutrition and chemical exposure form part of the average daily life, the link between these factors and global health epidemics, and how to lead a well nourished and chemical-free lifestyle.

KITCHEN NUTRITION WAR on fake food:

Increase vegetables, especially non-starchy/above ground, to 70-80% of plate .

No sugar or refined carbohydrates

No fried foods

No fruit juice or soft drinks

Oils: Cook with avocado oil, butter or ghee (grass-fed) and at lower temperatures coconut oil and olive oil (lowest temperature cooking).

Use local oils in dark bottles kept in a cool place.

Starchy vegetables/grains are all better with evening meal:

Sweet potatoes, beetroot, carrot, butternut, etc.

Brown rice, quinoa, buckwheat or millet,

  • Room temperature baby potatoes.

Water + Herbal teas - Drink 2 litres/day

Free Vegetables: 70-80% of plate

The following vegetables should be eaten freely – using a minimum variety of 5 a day plus at least portions a day. 

Half or preferably 70-80% of the plate should consist of these vegetables – choose a variety of colours.

Artichokes and asparagus

Fenugreek seeds, broccoli and radish

  • Sprouts, water chestnuts and bamboo shoots

  • Brassicaceae: broccoli, Brussels sprouts, cabbage, cauliflower, kale

  • Bok Choy, spinach, Swiss chard, dandelion, mustard and beet greens

  • Tomatoes, peppers, chives, cucumber, spring onions, onions, radish, garlic, leeks and celery

  • Lettuce – all types: watercress, rocket, etc.

  • Eggplant, green beans, snow peas

  • Sea Vegetables / “weed” – nori, cut and add to salads

  • Gem squash, zucchini, summer squash

  • Okra, waterblommetjies

  • Spring greens – include dandelions, nettles, clover and other greens commonly known as “weeds”.

These can be used in salads or cooked in soups, stews, curries, etc.

Fruit:

2 portions and should always be eaten with a protein, e.g. 6 nuts or 2 tbs seeds – preferably these fruit:

1 medium apple or pear, 3 fresh apricots, 2 fresh figs, 2 plums

  • Citrus: 1 orange, 1 grapefruit, 2 small tangerines

  • Melons: ½ medium cantaloupe, ¼ small honeydew, 2 cups watermelon

  • ½ medium mango, 2 small nectarines/peaches

  • 1 - 1 ½ cups berries (strawberries, blackberries, blueberries and raspberries), 15 cherries

  • 1 pomegranate, 2 kiwi

LIST OF LEAST CONTAMINATED FOOD,

HOW TO GROW YOUR OWN HERBS, VEGETABLES AND FRUIT,

ORGANIC FOOD CO-OP – How to start one in your suburb,

WHAT’S ORGANIC AND WHAT’S NOT? Tips on how to distinguish,

HOW TO CLEAN WITHOUT CHEMICALS,

HOW TO MAINTAIN CHEMICAL-FREE PERSONAL HYGIENE,

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