White farmers take up land cause

With its rolling green fields, fat dairy cows and state-of-the-art milking enclosure, the Fort Hare Dairy Trust outside the Eastern Cape university town of Alice could easily be a shining symbol of how successful land reform could be in South Africa.

The trust, started from a partnership between 70 white farmers from the Tsitsikamma and Underberg areas—through their company Amadlelo Agri—and the nearby University of Fort Hare, provides intensive hands-on training to black farmers from around the country.

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