Land Donations Policy

The Minister of Agriculture, Land Reform and Rural Development, Ms Thoko Didiza, publishes the Land Donations Policy for public comment.

28 provided input.

Some of the problems that the Land Donations Policy seeks to assist in resolving are the following:

1. The slow pace of land reform;
2. The persistence of landlessness and homelessness;
3. Insecure land tenure;
4. The sustained challenges of inequality, unemployment and poverty;
5. Unfair access to land by women;
6. Limited youth enterprise opportunities and high levels of youth unemployment;
7. Food and nutrition insecurity;
8. Challenges with access to social, economic and cultural opportunities;
9. Poor access to services by many South Africans, and
10. Poor post-transfer/production support.

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Comments close on Tuesday, 7 April 2020

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