18 June 2016
By Giordano Stolley
“Political leaders at a debate in Durban on Friday night agreed that land reform is essential but differed on how it should be achieved and even on whether it can be achieved.
A round table discussion at the University of KwaZulu-Natal in Durban hosted by the Dr John Langalibalele Dube Institute saw one party representative urging blacks to “take back land that they had lost to whites” while others called for new negotiations on constitutional provisions regarding land.” – iolNews
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