More than 20 years after the fall of Apartheid the majority of South Africa's arable land is still in the hands of white farmers.
The government's attempts to speed up the land reform process is frustrating a new generation of farmers.
During the Apartheid era, the black majority in South Africa was barred from owning land in most parts of the country. Today, more than two decades after the end of Apartheid, the country is still struggling to provide black citizens with land, with consequences on agricultural productivity. But there are exceptions to the rule - Tony Andrews investigates.
On this week's eco@africa, we sip green wine in South Africa, learn how soda cans can be turned into cooking pots and see how a group is trying to protect the world's last three white rhinos.
Topics this week: Violence on the rise in Brazil- Land Reform in South Africa - Slum dwellers are putting themselves on the map - Christmas all year round in China
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