Though the government's announcement that it was allocating state land to black farmers was widely welcomed, the lack of details on how the process will unfold is worrying, writes Prof Ben Cousins

Land reform should focus on small-scale farming which has the potential to create jobs

The government recently announced a plan to allocate 700,000 hectares of state land to black farmers. Exactly how many farms and beneficiaries this will involve is unclear...

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