food security

Africa needs to trade in higher-value goods to aid development

Nairobi May 27 2024 African countries need to trade in value-added and intermediate goods with each other and the rest of the world in...


Soweto is South Africa’s most popular township, located in the southwest of Johannesburg, with a population of approximately 1,271,628 according to the...

Corporate South Africa Leading by Example

Brand South Africa through its flagship Play Your Part Programme is collaborating with Ubank, Mineworkers Investment Company and Mine Workers Development Agency to provide...

South Africa’s largest maize crop in history

The country's largest maize crop is expected later this year, says the Department of Agriculture. We look at the positive effects of this on...

South African entrepreneurs talk about making eco-friendly products

Several small business owners made a conscious decision to produce non-toxic and biodegradable products. Here's their why. Melissa Javan Her passion for the environment and making...

Mandela’s legacy lives on in each of us

Education. Literacy. Food security. Shelter. The environment. These are the areas the Nelson Mandela Foundation asks the people of the world to focus on...

Siyabonga Africa helps people get back up

Skate thumbFrom humble beginnings as a feeding scheme in the 1980s, Siyabonga Africa has grown to include entrepreneurship programmes and business skills that incorporate food security.

Mama Afrika feeds the nation

Mama thumbWith its Springboard Marketing Institute, the Red & Yellow School of advertising and marketing is widening the pool of skills in the industry.

Smart farming fights climate change

wine-farm---thumbThe Western Cape government is working with academia to find ways of building smart agricultural solutions that are resilient in the face of climate change. The aim is food security.

Food security is the focus

Project-Green---thumbBecause youth are the future, they need to be part of the solution when it comes to climate change, food sovereignty and sustainable ways of living, believe the founders of Ekasi Project Green.