Land Reform in Namibia:. The primary objective of the research is to identify the prevailing values behind the land reform, formulate precise objectives that reflect the inherent values, and analyse the existing options with a view to identifying the delivery mechanism(s) most appropriate to meeting the land reform objectives and to delivering the desired outcomes in a sustainable way. Namibia inherited skewed land ownership. The land reform debate focuses mainly on the redistribution of commercial farms, which are mostly owned by whites, and the tenure reform in the communal areas. The Namibian land reform rests on a tripartite Resettlement, Affirmative Action Loan Scheme and the Development of Communal Areas. These approaches are governed by a number of policies and laws. The land question in Namibia is a race question. While politicians argue publicly that land reform is important to boost the economy and reduce poverty, in reality the focus is on having more black Namibians own more of Namibia''s commercial farmland. The analysis demonstrates that the affirmative action loan scheme has the greatest potential for meeting the objectives.