11 July 2015
By Thiyane Duda
This was a rallying cry that defined the struggle against colonialism and apartheid.
This slogan refers, among other things, to the land which was taken away from Africans by colonists.
But this dream has not been realised under the land reform programme post-1994 because of tension in approaches.
Traditional leaders claim that land was taken from them and should be returned to them, while rural communities argue that the land belongs to the people. Both parties reference different versions of custom in their arguments.
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