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“A 10-point plan to accelerate orderly land reform in SA” – The Conversation

25 July 2017 

By Prof. Quinton Johnson

“A more than 365 year history of colonialism and apartheid have indelibly affected land, heritage and human rights in South Africa. Among the vast array of discriminatory laws was the Land Act of 1913 that spatially segregated people through land dispossession. It amplified the vast canyon of inequality, further shattered the social fabric of communities and radically compromised economic development of the black majority…” – The Conversation

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