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Black people buying land more successful than restitution: AgriSA

Historically disadvantaged South Africans own more than a quarter of the country’s farmland.

In contrast, white farmers own more than 70 percent of agricultural land.

That is according to farming union Agri SA after completing a national land audit, which excluded any farmland held in trust accounts.

The audit shows that black South Africans bought nearly twice as much land, compared to government’s land claims process.

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