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Thu Oct 30 15:50:47 SAST 2014

Copy Zim's successful farm plan: iLIVE

MySA2, by e-mail | 06 February, 2013 00:19
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Farm workers

Why not get the state to fund the skills transfer from the managers and previous owners of farms.

It has worked successfully on those farms in Zimbabwe that are still producing, where they were appointed as foremen and production managers. Often the previous manager or owner will rather share his knowledge than see years of hard work go down the drain.

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