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LONG AWAITED SOUTH AFRICAN LAND REFORM FINALLY ON TRACK

The apartheid/colonization regime that reigned supreme over South Africa from 1652 - the arrival date of European settlers, up to April 27, 1994 - when the principle of "One Man One Vote" permits the take over of the country government by the ANC and Allies, was characterized by land grabbing and dispossession - on behalf of the minority white people against the majority black community.

Said land grabbing and dispossession had been accomplished through sharp practices, dishonesty and devious appropriate string of Law enacted over decades by the apartheid regime.

The result of this was that black people, deprived of their ancestral land were forced to work for the settlers - as temporary or permanent farm workers, to make a living. Therefore, these farm workers dwelling with meager salary, were unable to accumulate capital, growth a business and evolve into agro-business - as the settlers did over decades, to investing and diversifying in other profitable business concerns.

That evolution partly explains why there is today a astonishing and "shameful" discrepancy between the standard of living of Black people and the settlers's descendants.


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