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Department To Review Farms’ Viability After Solms-delta Saga

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.


State to take over Franschhoek wine farm

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.


State To Take Over Franschhoek Wine Farm

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.


Who Are Our People? Who Are Not Our People?

Fanning the flames of the land reform is causing deep, divisive harm


Are We Headed Into A Dictatorship Of The Proletariat?

Land reform is an imperative, but making it happen should not pit our Bolsheviks against our Romanovs, so to speak. That is a lose-lose scenario.


#landexpropriation: Time To Change The Language Of Reform

The language used in the land reform debate is hindering progress, not helping it.


Eeufeeskonsert 2018

Die Universiteit Stellenbosch is in 2018 ’n volle 100 jaar oud. Dis ’n besondere, eenmalige gebeurtenis en ’n geleentheid om te vier.


50/50 Policy Farm, Solms-delta, Under Business Rescue

Equity share scheme, Solms-Delta Estate, has been placed under business rescue. Mark Solms, a majority shareholder in the project is however positive that this is temporary.


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‘where Must We Go?’ Ask Sisters Facing Eviction From Wine Farm

"This place is all I know. I thought I would die here just like my parents," says 56-year-old Josina Gova. But she and her sister are facing imminent eviction from their home on Excelsior wine farm.

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