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By Trusha Lakey Please view the video: [video width="480" height="480" mp4="https://www.southernafricafoodlab.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/09/VIDEO-2021-09-08-13-29-46.mp4"][/video]  ...

By Kurt Ackerman (Executive Manager and Trustee, SA Urban Food and Farming Trust) I’m reaching out to you as someone who registered to be part of the Food Dialogues in 2020 because this year’s event opened for registration today, Monday 30 August, and will kick off...

The 2020 Child Gauge contends that the current food system is driving the double burden of malnutrition and damaging both children’s health and the environment. This is because it does not consider children or their health and is increasingly flooded by cheap, unhealthy food....

The objective of the Strengthening local food networks for food systems transformation Project is to reconnect and recalibrate local food systems in eThekwini Municipality and iLembe District Municipality. Much of the initial groundwork of this project has been based on dialogue, but in order to transition...

Civil society responses to COVID-19 in South Africa have shown remarkable agility, scope, and impact in the last nine months, especially in responding to the most-pressing problem in many vulnerable communities: hunger. However, these civil society efforts are now facing new challenges....

22 May 2020: Graffiti reminds residents of the Matharea settlement in Nairobi, Kenya, to sanitise during the Covid-19 pandemic. Rich countries have already secured more than a billion doses of vaccines. (Photograph by Reuters/ Baz Ratner) Food aid not distributed The KwaZulu-Natal department of social development has...