Top black business leaders have blasted the slow pace of economic transformation, saying there is still too much wealth concentrated in white hands almost 30 years into democracy.

Speaking this week at a Black Management Forum (BMF) seminar on reimagining black economic empowerment, businessman Reuel Khoza singled out Stellenbosch. ..

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