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Global Citizen Live line-ups revealed for Lagos, Paris and NYC events
Herbalife Nutrition appoints first South African NAB member
Nearly 20 million more people hit by food crises last year
Covid-19 economic impact failed to put brakes on climate change - WMO report
DRC to host inaugural Smart City Conference, Open Innovation Challenge
A new way of processing cowpeas brings affordable nutrition to children
Why healthy food and its local production should be part of the Covid-19 response
Children are going hungry, and their futures are on the line. Evidence from Ghana
Here's how community gardens can solve our food security crisis
Africa's young entrepreneurs can help in post-Covid recovery
Africa has a growing food security problem: why it can't be fixed without proper data
Fraym launches localised tool mapping populations vulnerable to food insecurity
New UN report: Tens of millions more going hungry globally
'A food safety crisis now would bring SA's medical sector to its knees'
Covid-19 recovery is a chance to improve the African food system
AfDB unveils strategy roadmap to safeguard food security
After Covid-19, Africa can build back better
UN food agencies offer support to China
WFP calls on global community to support hungry millions in Zim
Farming in South Africa is under threat from climate change. Here's how
Food systems development needs a new trajectory - FAO director-general
Lessons about housing from Ghana's Volta River project 50 years on
Ster-Kinekor Sales to air WFP's new "Feed our Future" ad campaign
Russian President Vladimir Putin and Zambian President Edgar Lungu meet on the sidelines of the BRICS Summit in Johannesburg in 2018. EPA-EFE/Alexei NikolskySputnik/Kremlin Pool
#AfricaMonth: Taking drone solutions to new heights
Health workers burying a child who died of Ebola in the DRC’s North Kivu province. Hugh Kinsella Cunningham/EPA
2019 WSIS Forum concludes highlighting contributions of tech in achieving SDGs
Photo: United Nations
Cyclone Idai 'yet another alarm bell' signalling impacts of climate change - Guterres
South African teams on the ground in Mozambique, aided by the South African Air Force. Image credit: IPSS Medical Rescue/Paul Herbst.
Aerial view of Tengani, Nsanje, Malawi, affected by floods due to the incessant rains from March 5 to March 9, 2019.
Annual Africa Shared Value Summit to be held in Nairobi
Nigerian content entrepreneurs accepted to global startup programme
The EU putting civil-military cooperation in practise in the Horn of Africa
The Lake Victoria Challenge is transforming mobility
Global Citizen Festival announces partnerships with top South African broadcasters
New financing mechanism protects against climate change
Education and technology are key to bettering lives of rural women
Professor Suresh Kana, new chair of the King Committee
Africa Shared Value Summit.
Nicholas.gosse via  - Olive tree plantation in Tunisia. Olive oil is Tunisia’s largest agricultural export.
Keagan Clack, an art direction student at the Stellenbosch Academy.
José Graziano da Silva, director-general, FAO. ©FAO/Alessandra Benedetti.
Food aid for DRC refugees
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