29 November 2018
Of the 64 countries globally which have embarked on land reform, 17 had restitution programmes in place and only 11 have claimed to be successful, says Dr Theo de Jager, president of the World Farmers Association.
"Our research shows that there are four elements the countries with successful land reform had in common. This should be a guideline for SA as well," De Jager said at the African Agri Investment Indaba in Cape Town on Wednesday.
Each one of these countries had a special financing mechanism to assist beneficiaries of land reform to become profitable farmers, he said
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