Roy Laishley

Ethiopia, Ghana, Madagascar, Mali and Sudan have allocated millions of hectares of land to foreign entities
The sale or lease of millions of hectares of African farmland to foreigners in recent years has set alarm bells ringing on and off the continent. The headlines practically shout off the page: “The Second Scramble for Africa Starts,” “Quest for Food Security Breeds Neo-Colonists,” “Food Security or Economic Slavery?”


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