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Black consciousness and the land question

Author: Pandelani Nefolovhodwe

A Sowetan article of the 6th September 2013, states that 14% of audited land in South Africa is in the hands of the state, and 79 % is in the hands of citizens, trusts, and private companies while 7% is unregistered. Unfortunately, the report does not reveal as to how much land is owned by whites or Blacks, neither does it give details on individuals, trusts and companies.

Until an investigation is made as to how much land is owned by whites and foreigners and how the land was acquired, we are nowhere near clarity about the land question in South Africa.

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