15 February 2017
By Glenneis Kriel
“…In his debate of the State of the Nation Address, he argued that these moves would help to bring about “radical economic transformation”, especially in terms of land reform. According to Nkwinti, since 1994, a total of 4 850 100ha had been acquired through the land redistribution programme, 3 389 727ha had been restored through land restitution and R11,5 billion had been paid out to land claimants. Another 2 772 457ha would have been restored had claimants opted for land instead of financial compensation…” – Farmer’s Weekly
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