The Tiger Brands Foundation was established for broad based community impact, and will be for the benefit of non-paying schools, vulnerable groups in society as well as projects that promote sustainable livelihoods in the areas in which such non-paying schools exist. To achieve this vision, the Foundation plays a funding, thinking, co-ordination and delivery role in partnership with a number of stakeholders including but not limited to;
Department of Education at a national, provincial and local level,
Departments of Agriculture, Social Development and Health,
Academic and research institutions,
Beneficiary schools, parents and community leaders,
Community-based agencies (delivery partners),
Funders/donors wishing to invest in food security,
Tiger Brands, the public and last but not least, the shareholders.
Tiger Brands allocates 5% (five per cent) of its shares to the Foundation.
Traces of chemical weapons agent found in shrimp Sweden
Traces of a chemical warfare agent were found in shrimp caught near the Swedish island of Maseskar, where 28 ships with chemical and other weapons were sunk by the allies after World War II, the Swedish National Water Agency said.