What in The World Happened To ...

What in The World Happened To ... Scot Scott

Photo sourced: 2oceansvibe.co.za

These days Scot Scott owns a 165-hectare banana and sugar cane farm, Burleigh, on the South Coast of KZN that he bought in 2004.

Photo sourced: Pasella.

The Mercury reported in 2012 that Scot Scott is considering a series using the recently released book Omstrede (Controversial) Land by Luis Changuion and Bertus Steenkamp, on the history of land ownership and development in SA and other sources, to “set the record straight” on farming in SA.

On Thursday, Xolani caught up with the former TV presenter to find out what he's up to today:


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