If the agricultural sector cannot come up with a plan for land reform, what will the impact be on producers and agribusiness?
Land reform is currently in the spotlight, and rightly so. The issue is not whether land reform should take place or not, but rather how it should be done to ensure a more equitable and fair pattern of land ownership.
This process must not be allowed to put food security at risk. It is this dilemma that is currently leading to opposing viewpoints and conflict in the ongoing consultation process between the government and the private sector, and more specifically with organised agriculture and agribusiness.
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