20 March 2015
By Dana Sanchez
Despite the end of colonial rule and apartheid, land in Namibia, South Africa and Zimbabwe is still not equitably distributed.
Land reform and governance are among the most controversial issues in Africa, VoiceofAmerica reports.
In South Africa, 87 percent of land was owned by whites when Nelson Mandela became president in 1994. Whites represented 10 percent of the population. Only a small amount of that land has changed hands and it’s still a top priority of the government, according to VOA.
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