Who owns SA’s land?

Black people already own more than half of all agricultural land in two of South Africa’s most fertile provinces: the Eastern Cape and KwaZulu-Natal. This is according to an audit of land ownership, to be released this week. Landowners who are not white own 26.7% of agricultural ground and control more than 46% of South…

FEATURED INTERVIEW NATHANIEL MUNETSI

  Head-Structured Finance, Gauteng Infrastructure Finance Agency What key projects are currently in the market? Before responding to the question, I have to give some background about the role that GIFA plays. GIFA was established as a Provincial Government Entity of the Gauteng Provincial Government, its mandate is to accelerate delivery of key infrastructure projects…

Impact investments in agricultural and forestry smallholders: it can be done!

  A growing number of investors aspire to make the transition from ‘doing no harm’ towards ‘doing good’, said Tropenbos International director René Boot in his opening statement at the seminar Towards inclusive investments and business models for improved land governance and livelihoods. “The positive news is that this can be done.” The seminar yielded…