Featuring: Inner city garden tours, indigenous cooking demo, forum building discussions, cultural evening, fresh produce market, documentaries, a people’s parliament to launch the people’s food... Read More
The campaign officially launched on the 28th of February 2015. Over 50 organizations and movements from around the country participated in the launch. Food Sovereignty... Read More
Who are we?
Food Sovereignty is a Right! No to Hunger! Yes to Dignity! We can only end hunger and feed South Africa through Food Sovereignty Learn More
We came together at the Assembly through our shared understanding that we have a crisis-ridden corporate and globalised food system that is responsible for worsening social, health and climate challenges, and which is coinciding with increasing state failure in relation to regulating our food regime and ensuring much needed agrarian transformation. Climate shocks are already impacting negatively on our food system with volatile food prices, droughts, heavy rainfall and flooding. This necessitates advancing food sovereignty to ensure our food and water needs are not compromised and ordinary citizens have the means to meet food production and consumption needs on their terms in the midst of the climate crisis.
"With or without the Guptas a particular parasitic path of class formation looks set to continue in the near future, but the Amadiba case gives hope that resistance will, too. And it needn’t be mentioned the spanner that organised resistance, arising out of the central spaces of people’s lives, tends to throw in the works of the powerful"
Living on the northern-most portion of the Wild Coast of South Africa, the coastal Amadiba villages have been resisting the proposed Xolobeni Mineral Sands Project for over 10 years through directly c...