Eldis, 4 January 2007.
“Reforming Maize Markets and Regional Food Security”, is a policy brief that encourages greater civil society involvement in debates around national grain (particularly maize) policies and regional food insecurity in Southern African Development Community countries.
Land, Water, Unemployment, HIV
South African NGOs working in the rural development field, work on a wide range of issues as the entire spectrum of socio-political and socio-economic challenges present themselves in rural South Africa.
Poverty is a chronic problem for the majority of rural South Africans who can be described as living in the former homeland areas and surviving largely on subsistence farming; as well as those living in what was historically described as 'White South Africa' and working as labourers on white-owned farms.