With today being World Food Day, it is important to highlight the plight of 870 million undernourished people around the world.
Most of them live in rural areas where their main source of income is agriculture.
The United Nations proclaimed World Food Day in 1979 to heighten public awareness of the world food problem and strengthen solidarity in the struggle against hunger, malnutrition and poverty.
Global warming and the biofuel boom are now threatening to push the number of hungry even higher and South African is no different.
With me is Erika Botha, who is the Public Relations Manager at Meals On Wheels.
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