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25 March 2017
                       
 
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05 Mar 2017
 
 
YCLSA NC: YCLSA 7th Plenary National Committee statement
STATEMENT
The YCLSA National Committee (NC) convened in Johannesburg over the weekend of the 3rd March - 5th March 2017. The National Committee discussed and adopted the political report as presented by the...
 
 
02 Mar 2017
 
How South Sudan's warlords triggered extreme hunger in a land of plenty
THE CONVERSATION
A man-made famine? That question has been on the lips a lot in recent days after it was declared in South Sudan. The last time this happened in Africa, or anywhere, was in Somalia in 2011. The...
 
 
24 Jan 2017
 
Africa Needs To Manage Food, Water and Energy in A Way That Connects All Three
SAIIA
There is an increasing global demand for food, water and energy. All three are inter-linked, a fact that has increasingly become the focus of attention for policy makers and governments. One...
 
 
11 Jan 2017
 
How bucking climate change accord would hinder fight against HIV/AIDS
THE CONVERSATION
The potential withdrawal of the United States from the Paris climate agreement has broad implications for society and the environment. While much attention has concentrated upon melting glaciers,...
 
 
27 Oct 2016
 
Premier Makhura to engage aviation, food and beverage sectors in Lesedi
What's On
Gauteng Premier David Makhura will on Friday, 28 October 2016, conduct the Ntirhisano Sectoral Outreach programme in the Lesedi Local Municipality. Premier Makhura, accompanied by Members of the...
 
 
20 Oct 2016
 
Trade can help poor countries cope with water shortages, and food security
THE CONVERSATION
Many people believe that water shortages will threaten global food security. That is not true. The world is not short of water. Even with climate change, there will be enough to grow all the food...
 
 
03 Oct 2016
 
 
 
Renewable Energy Benefits: Decentralised solutions in agri-food chain
RECOMMENDATION
The number of people without access to electricity is estimated at more than a billion, while almost 2.9 billion still rely on traditional, unsustainable biomass sources such as firewood for...
 
 
04 Aug 2016
 
 
 
Daily Podcast - August 4, 2016
PODCAST
Making headlines: DA wrests Kouga from ANC in the Eastern Cape Ebola after-effects threaten food shortages in West Africa And, SABC not above the law says Stella Ndabeni
 
 
Ebola after-effects threaten food shortages in West Africa – UN
EBOLA
Farmers in West Africa still reeling from the impact of Ebola, urgently need help or they could be forced to leave their farms to seek work elsewhere, the International Fund for Agricultural...
 
 
29 Jul 2016
 
DIRCO: Maite Nkoana-Mashabane: Address by International Relations and Cooperation Minister, at the coordinators' meeting on the implementation of the follow-up actions of the Johannesburg Summit, Beijing, China (29/07/2016)
Topics
We are also privileged to acknowledge the presence of friends from the business and academic communities and the media who have come to Beijing for this Forum on China-Africa Cooperation...
 
 
27 Jul 2016
 
Food security boost for rising SA
FOOD SECURITY
South Africa ranked 47th out of 113 countries in the Global Food Security Index (GFSI) 2016, compiled by The Economist Intelligent Unit. Findings show that global food security has improved over...
 
 
25 Jul 2016
 
The perfect storm: Mozambique's compounding crises
INSTITUTE FOR SECURITY STUDIES
A perfect storm is brewing in Mozambique as rocky economic and political fortunes stoke the embers of a decades-old conflict. Twenty-four years after the end of the country’s civil war, sporadic...
 
 
22 Jul 2016
 
 
 
Daily Podcast – July 22, 2016
podcast
Making headlines: Ramaphosa warns assassins killing KZN election candidates Prince Harry calls for global action against HIV And, Cele warns of further food price hikes as drought continues
 
 
Cele warns of further food price hikes as drought continues
DROUGHT
Ongoing drought in South Africa has disrupted food production and threatens to push food prices up, agriculture deputy minister Bheki Cele said on Thursday. He said recent rain has not helped...
 
 
29 Jun 2016
 
A New Narrative for African Agriculture
SAIIA
The drought that has hammered Southern Africa over the past years is a potent reminder (if ever it was needed) of the foundational importance of agriculture to the continent’s fortunes. Agriculture...
 
 
 
                       
 
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