South African companies are driving innovative household waste recycling projects that put food scraps to good use, writes Trevor Crighton.
Denise Mhlanga highlights the work of hunger relief programmes in the Eastern Cape, Limpopo, Mpumalanga, Northern Cape and North West provinces.
Food gardens go some way towards alleviating food insecurity, but we must remain cognisant that real solutions lie in community cohesion. By Sue-Ellen Donough.
Corporates and nongovernmental organisations are embracing partnerships and new technologies to feed the hungry. By Anthony Sharpe.
South Africa has food, but we must overcome its historical gaps, writes James Francis.
Food travels a complex supply chain. The required reduction in waste to address global hunger and global warming requires all stakeholders to become engaged, writes Gareth Griffiths.
In the six years since the South African government launched “Operation Phakisa” to accelerate development of the ocean-based economy, fishing yields have increased fivefold.
Understanding soil can play a major role in farming and food security. Joanne Carew investigates.
Mpho Lukoto speaks to academics about whether the Sassa grant can resolve hunger in poor households.
Clinton Matos looks at ways companies can keep their food out of the bins.
Clinton Matos interviews Oxfam’s Head of Democracy, Governance and Strategic Alliances Programme, Mthandazu Ndlovu.
Viking Fishing is one of the most diverse and dynamic fishing companies in South Africa. Nick Cowen speaks to them about the way they fish for the future.
Is processed food really unhealthy for you, and if so what can be done to make it healthier? Brendyn Lotz explores the matter.
Residents of Hangberg have been protesting over proposed fishing restrictions, but is there more to the tensions than the number of lobsters a fisherman can catch? Brendyn Lotz investigates.
What are some South Africans doing to make sure good food doesn’t go to waste? Nick Cowen takes a look.
Against the backdrop of a stagnant economy, agriculture was largely responsible for helping South Africa pull itself out of recession in September. Michelle Nel looks at why.