With Enough Support, People Can Grow Their Own Food

The Covid-19 pandemic has highlighted how impoverished people and the working class suffer when food prices rise and jobs disappear, prompting a renewed interest in working the land, writes Sibongile Portia Jonas for New Frame.

Philipina Ndamane holds up some of the vegetables she has grown in the Abalama Bezehkaya garden in Guguletu, Cape Town (file photo).

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