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Agricultural sector needs transformation

Our Constitution compels the government to undertake land reform in order to address the injustices of the past.

The present race-based skewed land ownership pattern is not sustainable for our country.

The indigenous people were dispossessed of their land through colonial wars of conquest and through the apartheid laws and policies. Land ownership is a social right so people can grow their own food. Landlessness causes poverty; hence the majority of black people live in grinding poverty.

Surely we cannot expect harmony and proper economic growth when these basic human rights have not been addressed.

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