South African leaders have missed a chance to transform rural economies

South African leaders have missed a chance to transform rural economies

Expanding irrigation infrastructure, commercialising underutilised communal and reformed land (through the provision of tradable land rights), and targeted support to agricultural subsectors and regions with growth potential could all have transformed the rural economy of the Eastern Cape, Limpopo and KwaZulu-Natal. While this may seem obvious, unfortunately, those in leadership have failed to pursue this route.

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