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Research outputs: FOOD PRICES
Despite the significant improvements in food security recorded since 2008, food security and hunger remains a serious issue in the country. ...
How rural households meet their food needs is shifting the food-security policy debate. This became clear from research collected from both ...
This analysis of new household data collected in rural Limpopo and the Eastern Cape of South Africa reveals that structural inequalities ex...