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DEFINING SMALL-SCALE FARMERS IN THE SOUTH AFRICAN CONTEXT
South African agriculture is comprised of mainly two categories of farmers --the subsistence farmers in the former homeland areas and the large-scale commercial (mainly white) farmers. This is in contrast with the situation in many other countries in the world where one would find a whole range of farm sizes, ranging from the very small or subsistence farmer to the very large farmer/agribusiness. The paper highlights the situation of small-scale farmers in an international context and comparesdoi:10.1080/03031853.1998.9523530 fatcat:bxamtzlivnbhlj2e764mjkxjxy