Land reform: Namibia 27%, South Africa 8%*
As South Africa enters into a next phase of land reform, it may be worthwhile for policymakers to compare results with what Namibia has achieved over the past two decades.
Namibia has a totally different approach to land reform and, at face value at least, seems to be more efficient and effective than the South African equivalent.
The South African process is delayed and marred by inefficient administrative processes, and an inherent distrust between the farming community and the state.
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