28 February 2017
By Thandeka Mbabama
“To the majority of our people, the ownership of land is seen as an inherently personal right that was violated by the apartheid Natives Land Act of 1913. Land tenure is inextricably linked to an individual’s identity, dignity and a sense of belonging. Millions of our people do not feel this sense of belonging as land reform post-1994 has been an unmitigated disaster. The key objectives of land reform were supposed to have been…” – Politicsweb
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