Land Reform in the Free State

A report to Free State Agriculture by the Bureau for Food and Agricultural Policy (BFAP)

The establishment of an “integrated and inclusive rural economy” has been identified by the National Planning Commission (NPC) as one of the key goals for achieving their vision 2030. In real terms (measured in 2013 values), more than R69 billion has been spent by the State on the three main sub-programmes of land reform since 1994, each with a variety of instruments that have changed over time. Read More