10 September 2017
By Avhafunani J .Netshipale, Simon J. Oosting, Edzisani N.Raidimi, Majela L. Mashiloane and Imke J.M .de Boera
“National challenges of food insecurity and unemployment in South Africa prompted an increase in expectations for agricultural land acquired through land reform programmes to make meaningful contributions. Embedded in these expectations is the need for understanding the situation in reformed farms. This study reviewed policies and literature on land reform, and analyzed beneficiary participation in reformed farms and the impact of land reform on land use in land restitution and land redistribution farms in the Waterberg District Municipality…” – ScienceDirect
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