South Africa’s sorghum imports are expected to be elevated over the next two marketing years on lower production coupled with lower stocks as production continues to decline. Sorghum production in South Africa dropped over the past two decades as producers switched to plant corn and oilseeds due to the higher yields and profits. Unless technology changes occur that improve sorghum productivity, the declining trend in sorghum production in South Africa will continue. Over the past 10 years, the United States has established itself as the major exporter of sorghum to South Africa. Sorghum is mainly used for human consumption in South Africa.