22 May 2017
By Alexis Haden
“Returning land is a big deal in South Africa. The rhetoric that surrounds it resonates with millions of people and while land without compensation has long been on the Economic Freedom Fighters’ hymn sheet, it’s being sung in some corners of the African National Congress, too. However, Rapport reported over the weekend that government owns 4 323 farming units, which include smallholdings and bigger farms, all waiting to be transferred. This according to Roelf Meyer, former politician and director of non-profit organisation In Transformation Initiative (ITI)…” – The South African
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