Vouchers bring great relief for subsistence farmers

Nearly 600 subsistence and communal farmers in Gauteng and Limpopo received input vouchers from the African Farmers’ Association of South Africa (AFASA) and the Land Network National Engagement Strategy in South Africa (LandNNESS). The vouchers, which were handed over...

Sorting fact from fiction

Small-scale, smallholder and subsistence farming can refer to anything from a person growing a few stalks of maize in a home garden, to someone producing a crop or running livestock on a small but very much commercial scale, for example, a farmer growing maize on...

Post: The Business of Food Safety

Today’s food systems are increasingly more global. They are diverse and complex, involving everything from subsistence farming to multinational food companies. Everyone eats; therefore, everyone relies on food systems, local and global. The movement of food and...