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Khoi, San leaders want say in new law

Khoi and San leaders Chief Jacob Lotriet, Chief Francisco MacKenzie, Chief Ernest Solomon and Chief Nikolaas de Wee at the provincial consultative workshop with Khoi and San descendants to discuss land claims. Picture: Cindy Waxa

14 June 2015


Khoi and San leaders Chief Jacob Lotriet, Chief Francisco MacKenzie, Chief Ernest Solomon and Chief Nikolaas de Wee at the provincial consultative workshop with Khoi and San descendants to discuss land claims. Picture: Cindy Waxa

Khoi and San leaders Chief Jacob Lotriet, Chief Francisco MacKenzie, Chief Ernest Solomon and Chief Nikolaas de Wee at the provincial consultative workshop with Khoi and San descendants to discuss land claims. Picture: Cindy Waxa

By Zenzile Khoisan

Cape Town – Restitution for Khoi and San descendants should speak to how they were disowned and the government must take the views of Khoi and San communities and leaders into account when crafting exceptions to land restitution legislation.

This was the view expressed by most of the Khoi and San leaders who were delegates to the provincial Khoi and San consultative workshop on the exceptions programme.

The meeting was convened by the Department of Rural Development and Land Reform at Arniston this weekend.

Read the full article from iolNews.

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