21 April 2017
By Mtobeli Mxotwa
“The new land reform legislation, the Regulation of Agricultural Land Holdings Act, 2017, could be the needed injection to boost the pace of the transformation of our skewed race based land ownership patterns in our country. The government’s envisaged land reform law could also serve to advance social justice and political stability since it would directly address the daunting question of land redistribution which has become topical and has assumed the status of a national discourse among the various sectors of our communities…” – AgriFood
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