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Put land reform blame where it should be – academic

Author: Carin Smith

South Africa is on the edge of a social revolution, but not all is doom and gloom as there is an important opportunity in land reform, according to negotiation expert Professor David Venter of Infostrat.

According to VinPro managing director Rico Basson, the biggest challenge of transformation in the wine industry is the lack of finance.

There are currently almost 60 land reform projects in the industry and between 30 and 40 black-owned trading companies.

“We must think exponentially and change our mindset. I think there is still a small window of opportunity to do land reform constructively. To do it on a political level is sure to be messy,” said Venter.

 

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