GTAC/CBPEP/ EU Project on Employment-Intensive Rural Land Reform in South Africa: Policies, Programmes and Capacities. Commodity Study – Subtropical Fruit Production by Small-Scale Farmers in South Africa and Employment Intensive Land Reform

Year Published 2020
Business unit: Special Projects
Resource type: Research reports
Research report: Development Southern Africa journal articles
File type: PDF
Theme(s): Agriculture, Forestry & Fisheries, Employment & labour markets, Rural Development & Land Affairs

Description

GTAC/CBPEP/ EU Project on Employment-Intensive Rural Land Reform in South Africa. This commodity study on subtropical fruit and nuts forms part of the ‘CBPEP/GTAC project for employment-intensive rural land reform in South Africa: policies, programmes and capacities’, a broader national project aimed at formulating a set of options for rural land reform in South Africa that will generate a substantial amount of employment, self-employment and livelihood-enhancing opportunities through the promotion of small-scale agriculture. The project makes provision for commodity studies for subtropical fruit and nuts, livestock, wool, sugar and fresh produce, as well as thematic studies on finance, support services, tenure and the social and cultural aspects of smallscale farming.

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