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Fighting hunger through recycling
One recycler has turned collecting other people’s rubbish into a business opportunity. South Africa’s high unemployment rate is one of the major issues faced by many South Africans. However, there are those who strive to overcome and tackle it.
Many South African jobs could soon be automated, and the country isn’t prepared
Businesses around the world are cottoning on to the value of transferring labour from human workers to machines. Automation can increase efficiency and decrease labour costs. It helps employers to avoid complex challenges like wage increase demands, labour protests and strikes.
Unhygienic shops closed
A TOTAL of 14 food outlets were closed during a food safety blitz by the Environmental Health Department of the Nelson Mandela Bay Metro on July 26 in Central, Port Elizabeth.
Food Lover's Market to offer paper bags in Western Cape.
Food Lover’s Market, South Africa’s leading fresh produce retailer, today firmly established its continued commitment to a plastic-free shopping experience with the confirmation that paper bags will be available in Food Lover’s Market stores in the Western Cape as of 01 August 20
These are the biggest fast food franchises in South Africa
South Africa’s fast food franchise landscape has had a great 12 months, with at almost 230 new franchise chains among the biggest brands opening in 2018 compared to last year.
Buyers defect from filthy Tshwane Fresh Produce Market
The City of Tshwane will on Friday at long last meet market agents who are extremely concerned about the dilapidated and filthy state of the multi-billion rand Tshwane Fresh Produce Market.
27% mortality in world's largest ever listeriosis outbreak
Between 1 January 2017 and 24 April 2018, 1053 laboratory-confirmed listeriosis cases were reported to the NICD in South Africa. This is by far the worst documented outbreak of the foodborne disease ever — far more serious than the second-largest listeriosis outbreak
State under fire over lax food safety regulations
After the recent listeriosis outbreak that claimed the lives of more than 200 people, the department of health has come under fire for lax food safety legislation.
Retailers launch Mandela Day drive to collect 250 tons of food for needy
Retailers Pick n Pay and FoodForward on Monday urged South Africans to reach the goal of collecting 250 tons of food in three days to provide more than a million meals to the needy during this year's Mandela Day Food Drive.
Listeriosis shows need for care in entire farming chain
It’s up to all in the agri industry to develop a culture of caring about every step in the process. Diligence and vigilance come from understanding the impact that even the smallest action or activity has on the ability to deliver the best-quality food to dinner tables.
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