22 March 2017
By Martin Van Staden
“With politicians spewing antiproperty rights rhetoric, we could but wonder what exactly sets the democratic government apart from the former apartheid regime. The central feature of apartheid was a denial of property rights to black South Africans, a tradition the democratic government has continued. Just as it was under the nationalists in the past, the government today still controls a substantial amount of land in SA. For most of the historically black areas, this remains especially true…” – Business Day
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