Land expropriation could work – Economist

At the African National Congress’s 54th National Conference it was announced that a decision had been taken to speed up land reform by pursuing expropriation without compensation. Now, this has become a substantial debate, not barring the environmental and economic implications that this move may have. Joining CNBC Africa to unpack this further is Wandile Sihlobo, Agricultural Economist and Head of Agribusiness research at Agbiz.

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