Publications: South Africa

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  • Media Briefing
    The southern region of Africa could be the hardest hit by rising temperatures from climate change, leaving many to wonder what this means for agriculture. Will some areas become unsuitable for farming? Will farmers face lower yields, or turn to ...
  • Press Release
    September 3, 2013, Maseru, Lesotho— The southern region of Africa could be the hardest hit by rising temperatures from climate change, leaving many to wonder what this means for agriculture. Will some areas become unsuitable for farming? Will ...
  • News
    ReSAKSS-Africa (Regional Strategic Analysis and Knowledge Support System) website is now ready with enhanced features to track progress in implementing the Comprehensive Africa Agriculture Development Programme (CAADP), including the target of ...
  • Press Release
    Cape Town—Policymakers, researchers, development experts and practitioners are gathering here from November 9-11 to discuss the critical links between HIV/AIDS, agriculture, hunger and malnutrition in Africa. Conference participants hope to ...
  • News
    The International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI) recently released two new data sets—the Ethiopia Nile Basin Climate Change Adaptation dataset and the South Africa Limpopo Basin Climate Change Adaptation dataset. Both sets are based ...
  • News
    Dr. Ousmane Badiane, IFPRI’s Director for Africa, has received an honorary Doctorate of Science in Agriculture from the University of Kwa-Zulu Natal in South Africa. He is being recognized both for his direct contributions to the university and ...
  • Press Release
    Johannesburg—The vast majority of African farmers interviewed for a recent climate change study perceived long-term changes in temperature or rainfall. Surprisingly, however, two-thirds of rural South African households in the Limpopo River Basin ...