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  • Food consumption in South African townships

    CoE affiliate, Associate Professor Yanga Zembe speaks about preliminary findings from the food choices research
  • Latest Stats SA poverty report

    CoE director, Professor Julian May comments on the latest Stats SA poverty report
  • Retail sector distorting food economies 

    CoE affiliate, Dr Leif Petersen of the Sustainable Livelihoods Foundation speaks about the submission to the Grocery Retail Sector Market Inquiry
  • What do we do when we eat? Food security and the moral compass

    Professor Ernst Conradie, of UWC and head of the Food, Ethics and Values programme at the CoE speaks on “Food security and the moral compass”
  • Food security and the moral compass

    UWC's Professor Ernst Conradie speaks unpacks the oft-overlooked symbolic interactions of food production and consumption. Conradie leads the CoE’s “Food ethics and Values” programme
  • How South Africa Can Fix the Fact That One in Four of Its Children Go Hungry

    Winnie Sambu of UCT’s Children’s Institute speaks on child stunting and hunger in South Africa
  • CoE co-director Professor Lise Korsten speaks on the impact of post harvest food losses

    A large number of food is lost in the field even before harvesting. Food is also lost at harvesting, at the point of distribution and consumption. Eliminating these losses is important to food security
  • We know that children are stunted when they don't grow

    Professor Stephen Devereux, speaking on child malnutrition and stunting in SA
  • Food waste poses challenges to development and agricultural production

    Prof Lise Korsten shares insights from the 4th International Symposium on Postharvest Pathology
  • Social grants not reducing malnutrition in SA

    Professor Stephen Devereux, the SA-UK Research Chair in Social Protection for Food Security (SARChI) says despite the country’s extensive social grants programme, child malnutrition persists.