Using a Modified Business Incubator for Black-Owned Agricultural Development in South Africa

Using a Modified Business Incubator for Black-Owned Agricultural Development in South Africa

This paper proposes a theoretical enterprise development model of a Modified Agricultural Business Incubator (MABI) specifically tailored to South Africa’s agricultural sector’s developmental needs, both for primary producers and agri-processing businesses. This model is specifically designed to provide a supportive business environment for black agricultural business owners where a particular focus is placed on their developmental needs.

Daily Maverick Interview

Daily Maverick Interview

I was recently interviewed by Karin Schimke of the Daily Maverick. We discussed South Africa’s agriculture policy and land reform issues, which are central themes of my book “Finding Common Ground: Land, Equity and Agriculture”. You can read or listen to the interview...

Personal note

A bit of self-promotion The University of Oxford historian, William Beinart, has reviewed my book, “Finding Common Ground: Land, Equity and Agriculture”, in the latest issue of the South African Journal of Science. You can read the review here. And oh, you can order...

We have a new book out!

OK, Folks, we have a new book out – see photo below. I co-authored a chapter with fellow agricultural economist, Dr Tinashe Kapuya of BFAP. The book came out this week and should be available in all major bookstores nationwide and eBook platforms. And oh, if you...

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