29 May 2015
Around 400 stakeholders in the communal land sector have converged in Johannesburg for a two-day indaba to offer their inputs into the Department of Rural Development and Land Reform’s policies.
The delegates include government, agricultural unions, farm dwellers/workers, landless communities, beneficiaries of land reform, traditional leaders and academics.
They will discuss the thorny issues of communal tenure policy – both in traditional areas and communal held areas; land tenure security policy for commercial farming areas and strengthening the rights of people working on commercial land and land regulation policy to regulate foreign ownership.
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