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World in Progress: Land reform in South Africa

Tony Andrews
September 27, 2017

During the Apartheid era, the black majority in South Africa was barred from owning land in most parts of the country. Today, more than two decades after the end of Apartheid, the country is still struggling to provide black citizens with land, with consequences on agricultural productivity. But there are exceptions to the rule - Tony Andrews investigates.

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During the Apartheid era, the black majority in South Africa was barred from owning land in most parts of the country. Today, more than two decades after the end of Apartheid, the country is still struggling to provide its majority black population with land, with consequences on agricultural productivity. But there are exceptions to the rule - Tony Andrews investigates.

 

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