Land reform: A committee to advise a committee

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Land reform: A committee to advise a committee. Photo: Die Vryburger
Land reform: A committee to advise a committee. Photo: Die Vryburger

A committee of ten has been appointed to advise the government’s inter ministerial committee on land reform. Headed by the president of the pure African African Farmers Association of SA (Afasa), Vuyu Mahlati.

Other members include Ruth Hall of Western Cape University, Mohammed Karaan of US, Temba Ngcukaitobi of Johannesburg, Bulelwa Mabasa, Attorney, Thandi Ncgobo University Natal, Wandile Sihlobo of Agricultural Business Chamber, Dan Kriek (photo) of AgriSA (who believes in “progressive strategy and visions to create unity in agriculture”), Thato Moagi, an emerging “farmer”, and Nick Serfontein chairman of the Sernick group who believes agriculture should contribute to nation building.

Ramaphosa has praised the ten for “their vision for a fair and fair future for all South Africans”.

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