Protect land reform from the problems that beset BEE

09 June 2019 - 00:03 By William Gumede

Unless land reform is done in ways that will leverage the potential of agriculture to lift growth, secure food security and boost development, it will crash the economy.

The existential need for land reform to address past wrongs makes it very difficult to pursue pragmatic land reform solutions, yet even more necessary not to seek populist and revenge-based solutions...

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