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In this article, the authors focuses on the 2014 Commemoration of the International Day for the Eradication of Poverty and the role that regional institutions could play in...
African nations appear reluctant to embrace the GM bandwagon that promises to fight hunger and poverty, writes Cheong
PACSA Monthly Food Price Barometer finds that high rates of inflation on food exacerbate cycles of hunger, poverty and low-productivity in the workplace, schools and in homes
This article focuses on the Land Restitution Act and the potential challenges that government could face when dealing with various land claims in future
SA should not have rushed the Land Restitution Bill, which will not address restitution-related challenges but cement the power of the traditional leaders to whom the government was unable to deliver unfettered powers through the Traditional Courts Bill