...new perspectives. Specifically, there are myriad opportunities for sustainability in wine tourism to combat intractable rural poverty.

 

The clock is ticking on Solms-Delta, the wine estate near Franschhoek meant to showcase the official 50:50 farm worker empowerment policy, which has been in business rescue for some 15 months now. Liq

 

Solms-Delta has, since 2005, been regarded by many as a model for transformation in the increasingly contentious and bitter matter of land ownership in South Africa. Their wines have been well regard

 

Workers of the wine farm Solms-Delta are left treading the grapes of wrath as the estate sinks towards liquidation after more than R65-million of government funding and hollow trusts. It is a twisting

 

Hagen Viljoen. Hagen Viljoenm, previously assistant winemaker at Stellenbosch property Zevenwacht, returns as cellarmaster after six years away at Solms-Delta and

 

Saturday 16/06/18 The Royal Academy Summer Exhibition (BBC Two, 9pm) Artists are rarely accessible souls.

 

Saturday 16/06/18 The Royal Academy Summer Exhibition (BBC Two, 9pm) Artists are rarely accessible souls.

 

Rural Development and Land Reform will review viability of all farms as part of its project to ensure workers own a stake in business they work for.

 

The Department of Rural Development and Land Reform says it will take ownership of the Solms-Delta Wine Estate in Franschhoek to help secure the jobs of workers who recently acquired 45% of the business and land.

 

Land Reform Department will take ownership of Solms-Delta Wine Estate to help secure jobs of workers who recently acquired 45% of business and land.