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Lawyer and 'fronting' by a BEE partner are blamed for collapsing two land reform projects

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B-BBEE Commission report has found wrongdoing and has recommended that charges be laid against Alzu. Photo: Leon Sadiki
B-BBEE Commission report has found wrongdoing and has recommended that charges be laid against Alzu. Photo: Leon Sadiki

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B-BBEE Commission report has found wrongdoing and has recommended that charges be laid against Alzu.

Whether it is the most expensive prime agricultural or scenic tourism land parcel that has been transferred to black people or given a BEE equity deal, the squabbles among the beneficiaries have crippled farming enterprises that were once lucrative. Those involved in the infighting plot one another’s downfall, or they are infiltrated by outsiders who divide and rule the new owners.

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