Growing concentration of land is in foreign hands

The processes of concentration, foreign ownership and land degradation came to be a central concern of supranational bodies and NGOs that warn of the “negative effects of these phenomena on food security, agricultural employment and the development of family farming.”

Out of Africa?

Neil Crowder of Chayton Capital tells the BBC that farming in Africa can be very profitable - just wait till you hear how much he expects investors will make. But will it also benefit Africans?