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#AgriMarkets: Updated agricultural policy for 2021 is paramount

A stable, predictable, and conducive policy environment is crucial to developing any sector and the economy at large. The expansion in South...

Land Bank in the firing line following AG’s report

Following the Auditor General (AG) of South Africa’s report on the status of the Land Bank’s financial sustainability, many organisations responded that...

Saai welcomes the transfer of state farmland to farmers

The decision by Minister Thoko Didiza to transfer more than 700 000ha of farmland that have been in state ownership since 1994 to...

Opinion piece: No two farmers are the same – why should...

Most South Africans realise the importance of a prosperous, representative agricultural sector, which should be a socio-political and economic priority. This sector...

Targeted support for farmers: The value of accurate data

Most South Africans realise the importance of a prosperous, representative agricultural sector. It should be a socio-political and economic priority, promotes a...

Toil and trouble: Brazil’s history of land reform

In an article on New Frame titled “Toil and trouble: Brazil’s history of land reform”the author discusses “how the struggle for land...

Government introduces revised land expropriation bill

The new expropriation bill, which was gazetted on 9 October, aims to replace the Expropriation Act, 1975 (Act 63 of 1975). The...

Land reform champion Dr Mahlati passes away

Land reform champion Dr Vuyo Mahlati has passed away. Her husband, Dr Gil Mahlati, confirmed the news on Tuesday morning, 13 October...

AFASA calls for monitoring of state land allocation

The African Farmers’ Association of South Africa (AFASA) has welcomed the recent announcement of the minister of agriculture, land reform and rural...

Government makes state land available for agri

The minister of agriculture, land reform and rural development, Thoko Didiza, announced the process members of the public are to follow when...