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Just how do we ensure that we have enough food for everyone, especially when a crisis strikes? That’s a question that many governments have been forced to ask in recent months. The Covid-19 pandemic has affected transport and distribution systems, and the Ukraine War has made matters worse by affecting food and fuel supply. Now, the way governments respond to crises plays a big role in risks and costs for everyone in the food chain.
Let’s unpack this with Professor Ruth Hall, South African Research Chair in Poverty, Land, and Agrarian Studies at the University of the Western Cape.
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