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#BizTrends2022: Marginalised, desperate and angry: The poor are now beyond breaking point
KFC Add Hope donates R5m to the Gift of the Givers
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#BestofBiz 2021: Agriculture
5 trends influencing consumer purchases in 2022 - Mondelez SA MD
86% of SA consumers concerned about rising prices - survey
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What EU's farm-to-fork strategy will mean for SA agriculture
Why global food prices are higher today than for most of modern history
African farmers and agribusinesses need fair access to markets in face of climate change
How climate change contributed to Madagascar's food crisis
Global food prices decline in July
KFC Add Hope doubles down efforts to fight hunger
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South African riots and food security: Why there's an urgent need to restore stability
African farmers could benefit from more friendly EU agriculture policies
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Money-metric poverty: Most South Africans can't afford basic foods
Big irrigation projects in Africa have failed to deliver. What's needed next
Global food prices rise at rapid pace in May
Soaring maize prices squeeze South African consumers, stoke inflation
Food inflation fuelling rising inflation figures
A shopper wearing a protective mask shops for liquor in Johannesburg, South Africa, March 26, 2020. Reuters/Siphiwe Sibeko
Cannabis Master Plan to be presented to Nedlac
International food prices continue to rise in April
Global food prices rise for 10th consecutive month
Pick n Pay caps gross profit margin for ginger and garlic
A new way of processing cowpeas brings affordable nutrition to children
Infrastructure spend: insights from the effect of a bridge across the Zambezi on maize prices
GFSI ranks SA first in food security in sub-Saharan Africa
Global food price index rises for 9th consecutive month
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Higher food prices look set to ease in second quarter
Global food prices rise for the 7th month in a row
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