In/Formal food economy

A talk by Lindelani Errol Sibisi
General Secretary, United Khayelitsha Informal Traders Association

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The South African food system is made up of both the formal and the informal food sector, with established linkages between them. What is the scope and scale of these two sectors? And what is the nature of their relationship or interdependencies? How has this been revealed by the pandemic, and what will the future bring to these interlinked and often misunderstood parts of our food system?


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Lindelani Errol Sibisi

Lindelani Errol Sibisi is the General Secretary of the United Khayelitsha Informal Traders Association. Lindelani also has vast experience in Supply Chain Management (SCM) and Black Economic Empowerment (BEE).

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