29 April 2015
By Amanda Khoza
Durban – Tears welled up in Farhana Ismail’s eyes as she recalled how her family was forced to move from their Victorian style family home in Mayville, Durban, in the late 1980s when the 1950 Group Areas Act came into effect.
But on Tuesday night the 45-year-old woman and her family shed tears of joy as they were compensated just under R500 000 by the KwaZulu-Natal Department of Agriculture and Rural Development to redress the dispossession of their land.
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