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Who owns SA land? AgriSA tries and fails to provide a clear answer

Farmers’ interest group AgriSA on Wednesday released its own land audit. The figures should be treated with caution, but, unlike government, at least it’s trying.

On Wednesday, a report was released that said land expropriation, or other “radical” measures, is not necessary because far more land is owned by black South Africans than previously thought and the open market has proved an effective mechanism to promote transformation. The report, released by AgriSA, attempts to provide an audit of land ownership in South Africa according to race.

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