South Africa

In South Africa, a zero-waste food bus hopes to drive away hunger

The bus's seats have been removed to make way for cupboards and shelves to stack the fresh vegetables, beans, spices and cereals. Image:  Thomson Reuters Foundation/Kim Harrisberg

Kim Harrisberg

Water Rights Correspondent, Thomson Reuters Foundation

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Sidney Beukes, the driver of the Skhaftin bus, poses for a photo in Johannesburg, South Africa Image: Thomson Reuters Foundation/Kim Harrisberg
Ilka Stein, a consultant and facilitator, poses for a photo inside the Skhaftin food bus. Image: Thomson Reuters Foundation/Kim Harrisberg

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