Thousands of people in vulnerable communities are going through hard times due to tough economic pressures.
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According to experts, South Africans can afford to breath a sigh of relief in 2023 as food prices are expected to drop.
StatsSA revealed that food prices have risen by an average 14%. The DA has called for government to add more VAT-free items.
Inflation in South Africa edged higher in March with food prices recording the highest year-on-year jump in more than a decade.
The DA has analysed the Competition Commission Report which Confirmed the Rising Cost of Food, a CRISIS for the country.
The cost of core foods, which must be bought regardless of price escalation, has risen by 15.7% year-on-year.
‘Across the globe governments are taking bold action to help struggling people through this cost-of-living emergency, yet in South Africa the ANC Government remains sitting on its hands,’ said the DA.
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Food and basic hygiene products continue to rise in South Africa with items such as 5l of cooking oil costing an average of R228,94.
Rising food prices have been a concern world wide. South Africa has concerns about people failing to afford basic foodstuffs.
Farmers in east and southern Africa are said to be getting a raw deal. They face high commercial interests, high transport cost and poor storage facilities.
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The average basket of food for a family in South Africa will set you back more than R4 300, this is an 8.9% increase from February 2021.
Red Riding Hood would have to cough up a lot more to feed her grandmother in the Tokai Forest as SA food prices are on the rise again…