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Research outputs: LAND REFORM
2020 Ensuring access to water for food production by emerging farmers in South Africa: what are the missing ingredients?
One of the key components essential to the productivity of small-scale farmers who secured farms through the land redistribution programme i...
2018 Can we unlock rural socio-economic transformation through land reform?: revisiting the land redistribution public policy imperatives in South Africa
The policy brief is intended to bring sharper focus to bear on the public policy foundations on which land reform???s contribution to rural ...Download this report
In many parts of South Africa, women make up the majority of urban farmers operating in their own backyards or driving food security in thei...
A key objective of the land reform process in South Africa is that it supports the emergence of a cohort of black small-scale commercial far...