Trends and Policy Challenges in the Rural Economy: Four Provincial Case Studies

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Examining the economic survival strategies of rural South Africans, this study sheds light on their experiences in respect to four areas of activity: employment in commercial agriculture, small-scale agriculture, non-farm micro-enterprise, and participation in government projects. Four provincial case studies—Limpopo, Western Cape, Eastern Cape, and KwaZulu-Natal—form the basis of the report, which looks at the challenges facing public policies that address poverty.

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