Categories: South Africa

Food insecurity remains despite surpluses

Despite an increase of 5.8% in the agricultural sector, food insecurity still remains at a high level in South Africa.

The general household survey conducted by Statistics South Africa (Stats SA) puts the amount of people vulnerable to hunger at 11,5%.

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