Land reform that works – how the powerful have captured land reform and how to take it back

The land reform process in South Africa has always been contentious. But according to University of the Western Cape professor Ben Cousins, it has failed to achieve its goals of reducing poverty and creating jobs because the process has been captured by elites.

The land reform process in South Africa has always been contentious. But according to University of the Western Cape professor Ben Cousins, it has failed to achieve its goals of reducing poverty and creating jobs because the process has been captured by elites.

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