The government is treading a fine line in attempting to tackle the contentious issue of land reform and redistribution in South Africa. The government is keen to avoid unsettling investors, whilst trying to correct for the imbalances that arose under apartheid. This situation will get more politically charged as we approach the national elections in 2014, which could see the emergence of more populist policy and land reform will be high up the...Read More
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