21 July 2017
By James Rycroft
“The South African land debate is locked between what appear to be two intractable poles — expropriation without compensation versus land reform premised on the right of the current owners to fair value for their property. But it doesn’t need to be. There is an alternative. And the alternative deals with the problem of how farmers who acquire land — by whatever means — are kept afloat after they become landowners. Debt is a reality for many farmers…” – Mail&Guardian
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