Tag Archives: Hunger

Child hunger remains extremely high, shack dwellers worst off, survey finds

FacebookTwitterLinkedinemailPrintMwangi Githahu, Cape Argus, 9 July 2021 Child hunger remains extremely high and shack-dwellers have fared the worst of urban South Africans, according to the fifth National Income Dynamics Study – Coronavirus Rapid Mobile (NIDS-CRAM) survey. Read More

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World Hunger Day: Children in South Africa still going hungry

FacebookTwitterLinkedinemailPrintEunice Stoltz, Mail & Guardian, 28 May 2021 One does not have to travel far to come face to face with a worldwide phenomenon that has crept even closer to home since the start of the Covid-19 pandemic. Read More

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While people starve, much of the food produced in SA goes to waste

FacebookTwitterLinkedinemailPrintStaff Reporter, 23 October 2020 From 10 million to more than 12 million tons of food in South Africa is lost or goes to waste every year – with a range of adverse implications on the country and its people. … Continue reading

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Thousands of university students struggle for food

FacebookTwitterLinkedinemailPrintMsindisi Fengu, City Press, 19 November 2019 Skipping breakfast to save money for the next meal has been a way of life for some University of Pretoria (UP) students from poor households. Read More

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SA working towards zero hunger

FacebookTwitterLinkedinemailPrintSouth African Government News, 16 October 2018 South Africa has joined the world in marking World Food Day to highlight the plight of millions of undernourished people in the world. Read More

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SA university students often go hungry

FacebookTwitterLinkedinemailPrintANA, 14 June 2018 Large segments of the student population are struggling because they have little to no food to eat, or eat unhealthily. Read More

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