Farmer's Weekly

Partnerships work in land reform

The partnership-driven model for land reform has been the most successful plan to create a class of profitable black farmers [in South Africa] since it was introduced in 2013.

It’s the legacy of the late Prof Mohammad Karaan, a former dean of the Faculty of AgriSciences and acting vice-rector of Stellenbosch University. He was also a co-author of Chapter 6 of the National Development Plan, in which the framework of the partnership-driven model for land reform was

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