30 March 2017
By Tinashe Kapuya
“There is a broad consensus that a Zimbabwe-style land reform process will be grossly counter-productive in South Africa. But after two decades of frustration over the slow pace of land reforms, there are growing fears that the proponents of radicalism are beginning to find a voice, particularly amongst a broad section of the poor, desperate for any respite from their continued suffering.The pressure has undoubtedly mounted on the government to deliver on the promise of land reform, and experts and observers believe that the next 10 to 15 years may prove crucial in ultimately determining the fate of the agricultural sector…” – Agbiz
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