05 November 2015
By Chris Ndaliso
Durban – There were mixed emotions on Wednesday night at the Inkosi Albert Luthuli Convention Centre, where 22 families received R22 million in compensation for the loss of their land and homes during apartheid.
The moment brought closure, but at the same time reminded families about the hardships they faced when citizens were racially segregated and parts of the country reserved for white South Africans only.
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