15 June 2017
By Chantelle Gladwin-Wood And Tenielle Combrinck
“Broadly speaking, land reform is the name given to a process driven by the government in terms of which previously disadvantaged persons who have either lost land or access to land or some form of security of tenure through apartheid, or who do not currently have any such access or tenure as a result of the disadvantages they suffered under the apartheid system, are given some form of access to land or rights or tenure in land. There are a number of different programmes aimed at enhancing, protecting and restoring rights to land for those who suffered under apartheid…” – Times Live
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