Results show that Subz reusable sanitary wear encourages school attendance

Results show that Subz reusable sanitary wear encourages school attendance: In 2010, KwaZulu-Natal resident, Sue Barnes, established the country’s first reusable sanitary pad and panty (Subz Pants and Pads) as a way to address the national crisis – girls missing school because of the cost of sanitary wear. Nine years later, studies show that Project Dignity – the non-profit extension disseminating sponsored Subz packs to disadvantaged schoolgirls – is having a positive impact on school attendance. In the first two terms of 2019, three … [Read more...]

Subz Pants and Pads offers extensive range of reusable hygiene wear for all ages

Subz Pants and Pads offers extensive range of reusable hygiene wear for all ages: After successfully designing the country’s first reusable sanitary range – Subz Pants and Pads – the organisation’s founder, Sue Barnes, is expanding the Subz brand with the inclusion of reusable nappies, maternity and incontinence wear. “We’ve noticed that the market is really embracing the sustainable option of hygiene wear and the demand for alternatives has increased,” explained Barnes. “The Subz range can be washed and reused, making every product … [Read more...]

Leading South African women on the programme for Subz Spring Fling High Tea

Leading South African women on the programme for Subz Spring Fling High Tea: Subz Pants and Pads has been founded on an ethos of female empowerment which is why two leading social activists – Jo-Ann Barnwell and Pam le Noury – will be taking centre stage at the inaugural Subz Spring Fling High Tea fundraiser, taking place at Kloof Country Club on Wednesday, 5 September. “The Subz Spring Fling High Tea is a chance to relax, enjoy a fun morning of quality eats in a beautiful setting while engaging with other dynamic people,” said Sue Barnes, … [Read more...]

Ring in this Spring with the ultimate Subz and Project Dignity High Tea fundraiser fling

Ring in this Spring with the ultimate Subz and Project Dignity High Tea fundraiser fling: It’s time to shake off the winter chill and start afresh with the first-ever Subz Spring Fling High Tea fundraiser for Project Dignity, taking place at Kloof Country Club on Wednesday, 5 September. “This is going to be a fun and glamorous morning as a celebration of Women’s Month while raising funds for packs of Subz Pants and Pads. The distribution of these reusable pads through Project Dignity will empower South African schoolgirls, freeing them from the … [Read more...]