Popular media

Popular media (print)


  1. Sheryl Hendriks, “Monitoring for food security solutions” 09 September 2016, Agri Eco (Zululand). Available from; https://www.gate5.co.za/read/61243/qv/43428026/137598684/77211/j
  2. Mamelodi Voice “New Science Biscuit Tested” The Mamelodi Voice article, Winter 2014
  3. Mail and Guardian “SA’s best postgraduate research: Young scientists get an opportunity to showcase their research and discoveries” Science Voices. Mail and Guardian: http://mg.co.za/report/science-voices-1
  4. Angela McIntyre (2016) “Limited food options take their toll on the health of SA's rural poor” 1 July, 2016, , Water Wheel. Available from: http://www.gate5.co.za/read/61243/qv/42176987/137154060/77211/j
  5. Anjanette Haller-Barker (2016) “New Food Law initiative launched” 16 May 2016, , Up.ac.za - University of Pretoria. Available from: http://www.up.ac.za/en/news/post_2277524-new-food-law-initiative-launched
  6. Anjanette Haller-Barker, (2016) ''Towards a food Law Programme - mapping the legal smorgasbord'', 11 May 2016, presentation: Up.ac.za - University of Pretoria. Available from: http://www.up.ac.za/en/calendar/event-info/2273119/presentation-towards-a-food-law-programme-mapping...
  7. Carmen Van Niekerk, (2016) “Student case competition becomes premium event at Agbiz Congress” 6 July, 2016, University of Pretoria. Available from: http://www.universityofpretoria.co.za/en/faculty-of-natural-agricultural-sciences/news/post_2312180-student-case-competition-becomes-premium-event-at-agbiz-congress
  8. Corne van der Merwe, Sheryl Hendriks (2016) . “UP student uses app to combat malnutrition in poor SA communities” 16 August 2016, , Htxt.co.za. Available from: http://www.htxt.co.za/2016/08/16/up-student-combat-malnutrition/?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss
  9. Gloria    Nakajubi    'Magic bullet' to feed the world by 2030: A change in mind-set is required because feeding schemes alone cannot put an end to malnutrition” Mail and Guardian, 16 Oct 2015 00:00| http://mg.co.za/article/2015-10-15-magic-bullet-to-feed-the-world-by-2030 
  10. Hendriks SL (2016). Climate is changing: Food security must change too. Grain SA, October 2016, page 88 and 89. http://www.grainsa.co.za/sagrain/october2016/#88/z.
  11. Hettie Schönfeldt  (2016) “Baby`s and Beyond Concerns around red meat is it safe to eat?” 1 July 2016, babies and beyond. Available from: http://www.babysandbeyond.co.za/viewonline/349/health/concerns-around-red-meat-is-it-safe-to-eat
  12. Hettie Schönfeldt  (2016) “Muscle-building shakes don't always have as much protein as they claim to” 9 July, 2016, , ENCA. Available from: https://www.enca.com/life/muscle-building-shakes-dont-always-have-as-much-protein-as-they-claim-to
  13. Hettie Schönfeldt, Beulah Pretorius, Nicolette Hall . (2016) “Under close scrutiny: SA's protein shake supplements” 11 July 2016, drinkstuff-sa. Available from: http://www.drinkstuff-sa.co.za/sa-drinks-stuff/924-under-close-scrutiny-sa-s-protein-supplements.
  14. Hettie Schönfeldt, Carmen Van Niekerk, Nicolette  Hall (2016)  “Potatoes deserve to be a part of the super-food family” 10 June 2016, , Institute of Food, Nutrition and Wellbeing, University of Pretoria. Available from: http://www.up.ac.za/en/news/post_2296576-potatoes-deserve-to-be-a-part-of-the-super-food-family Hall
  15. Johanita  Kruger “ South African Society of Dairy Technology (SASDT): 49th AGM and symposium” , 1 May, 2016,  , Dairy Mail. Available from: https://www.gate5.co.za/read/61243/qv/40354318/136510704/77211/p _
  16. Karen Grobler (2016). Sowing seeds of knowledge by, Water Wheel September/October 2016 Volume 15 No 5, page 28 – 29. http://www.wrc.org.za/Knowledge%20Hub%20Documents/Water%20Wheel/Magazine/The%20Water%20Wheel%20September-October%202016.pdf
  17. Krüger, K. The value of aphid monitoring in South Africa. Chips 29 (4): 52-54, July/August 2015.
  18. Lise Korsten (2016). World Handwash Day, October 2016. http://www.universityofpretoria.co.za/en/institute-for-food-nutrition-and-well-being/news/post_2370140-global-hand-washing-day-
  19. Louise de Bruin, “South Africa’s first early warning system for potato growers”, University of Pretoria, 8 September 2015; http://www.up.ac.za/en/news/post_2154323-south-africas-first-early-warning-system-for-potato-growers http://mg.co.za/article/2014-08-15-making-science-sexy-for-everyone
  20. Nokuthula Vilakati, “A ready to eat twist to old grains”, by Mail and Guardian, 22 Aug 2014 “Dié slaappil help glo vir breinskade: ‘Maak dormante weefsel wakker’ Elsabé Brits Vrydag 29 Augustus 2014. Die BURGER: http://www.dieburger.com/nuus/2014-08-29-di-slaappil-help-glo-vir-breinskade
  21. Romantha Botha, “‘Moeiliker om vandag gewig te verloor as in 1980’s’”, 07 October 2015, Beeld,       http://www.netwerk24.com/nuus/2015-10-07-moeliker-om-vandag-gewig-te-verloor-as-in-1980s
  22. Ronel Ferriera (2016). Partners of change in South Africa's education system. UP News item 27 October 2016.
  23. Sarah Wild Making science sexy for everyone: At heart, scientists and journalists do the same thing.”, Mail and Guardian: Editorial,22 Aug 2014 00:00| Supplement.
  24. Sarah Wild, “Malnutrition rises despite social grants”, 02 OCT 2015, Mail & Guardian, http://mg.co.za/article/2015-10-01-malnutrition-rises-despite-social-grants
  25. Sarah Wild. “Tukkies has recipe for success to beat malnutrition” Pretoria News article, 2 June 2014 “When you feed a child, you feed their mind: Most South Africans can't afford nutritious meals and the state is letting school-food schemes down” 09 Oct 2015 00:00| Mail and Guardian: Editorial http://mg.co.za/article/2015-10-08-when-you-feed-a-child-you-feed-their-mind
  26. Science Inside: Hidden Hunger. Wits Radio Academy. March 2016. https://soundcloud.com/witsradioacademy/the-science-inside-08-part-4-hidden-hunger?in=witsradioacademy/sets/the-science-inside-08-food-security-play-list-1.
  27. Sheryl Hendriks (2016) “Solution for food insecurity in rural South Africa” 19 August 2016, Agriorbit.com. Available from: http://agriorbit.com/solution-food-insecurity-rural-south-africa/
  28. Sheryl Hendriks, (2016)  “Home-grown solution for South Africa’s hungry” 18 August 2016, Mynewsroom.co.za. Available from: http://www.mynewsroom.co.za/homegrown-solution-for-south-africas-hungry/
  29. Sheryl Hendriks, (2016) “Home-grown solution for South Africa’s hungry” 17 August 2016, Thejohannesburgtimes.com. Available from: http://www.thejohannesburgtimes.com/homegrown-solution-for-south-africas-hungry/
  30. Sheryl Hendriks, (2016) “Home-grown solution for South Africa’s hungry” 15 August, 016, Mypr.co.za. Available from: http://mypr.co.za/homegrown-solution-for-south-africas-hungry/
  31. Venter, F. & Krüger, K. Aphid transmission of Potato virus Y in South Africa. Chips 28(1): 32- 34, January 2014.
  32. Webb., E.C., (2014). Double-muscling and cross-breeding, 2014 Limousin Journal, 38-39.
  33. Webb., E.C., (2014). Future beef cattle production and world food security, 2014 Limousin Journal, 16.
  34. Yusuf Abdullah (2016) “Insects as an alternative food source” 30 May, 2016, , University of Pretoria. Available from: http://www.up.ac.za/en/news/post_2289292-insects-as-an-alternative-food-source



Popular media (radio interviews, TV etc.)


Radio interviews:

•              Schönfeldt, H. LotusFM, 27 August 2015

•              Schönfeldt, H. RSG – 1 Sep 2015

•              Schönfeldt, H. Radio786, 28 August 2015

•              Schönfeldt, H. SAFM – 17 Sep 2015

•              Schönfeldt, H. Radio 706 – Gadija

•              Schönfeldt, H. Channel Africa

Hendriks, SL (2016) Science Inside: Hidden Hunger. Wits Radio Academy. March 2016. https://soundcloud.com/witsradioacademy/the-science-inside-08-part-4-hidden-hunger?in=witsradioacademy/sets/the-science-inside-08-food-security-play-list-1. SABC – 3 Sep 2015


Published by Sheryl Hendriks

Copyright © University of Pretoria 2022. All rights reserved.

COVID-19 Corona Virus South African Resource Portal

To contact the University during the COVID-19 lockdown, please send an email to [email protected]

Click here for frequently asked questions for first year UP students

FAQ's Email Us Virtual Campus Share Cookie Preferences