10/08/2005 16:06 - (SA)
Pretoria - South Africa could learn about land reform from its neighbour, Zimbabwe, said deputy president Phumzile Mlambo-Ngcuka on Wednesday.
Many believed South Africa's own process was too slow, too structured and required "a bit of oomph", she told a distance education conference in Pretoria.
"We learned a few lessons from Zimbabwe - how to do it fast," she told the delegates to muted laughter.
"We may need some skills from Zimbabwe to help us."