Minister of Agriculture, Water, and Land Reform, Calle Schlettwein said if Namibia gets land reform and agriculture right, Namibians can be confident that the future generation will have a better life. Nampa reports that Schlettwein said this at the official handing over of three resettlement farms to co-operatives at Aroab on Wednesday. He said 15.6 per cent of Namibia’s labour force is working in agriculture while about 70 per cent of the population is directly or indirectly dependent on the agricultural sector. “We, therefore, are convinced that agriculture holds the best potential to induce economic growth into our ailing economy and that agriculture creates rewarding economic opportunities for the poor sections of our population,” said the minister.