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What's driving hunger in Gauteng, South Africa's economic power house

By Adrino Mazenda, Senior Researcher, University of Pretoria
Saul Ngarava, Research Fellow in the Risk and Vulnerability Science Centre, University of Fort Hare
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Food serves as one of the critical needs a person requires for daily survival. In South Africa it’s recognised as a fundamental human right under the country’s constitution.

Approximately 11% (6.5 million) of South Africa’s population is hungry and food insecure. Conflict and insecurity, climate change, poverty, and population growth are primary driversThe Conversation

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