Land expropriation: ‘Farmers alone can't bear burden of addressing apartheid dispossession’

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Agri SA says farmers cannot be required to bear the burden of addressing apartheid dispossession disproportionately. 

The organisation, representing agricultural organisations across the country, believes past iniquities must be addressed through "solution-driven conversation".

Agri SA was one of several organisations on Wednesday which presented their views on the proposed Expropriation Bill to Parliament’s Public Works and Infrastructure Committee.

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