Hermanus forges ahead

Hermanus forges ahead

With Julius Malema doing “study” trips to Zimbabwe and Venezuela, there’s considerable white angst about land grabs and nationalisation. Many whiteys prefer to forget the fact that the pale ones of this land have a long and inglorious history of grabbing land – and in some more conservative parts this goes on much as it has for centuries.

Enter noseweek's old friend Rabcav - and another smoke and mirrors deal emerges with anyone asking questions being politely shown the finger.

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Submitted by : Anthony Krijger of Westville on 2010-06-09 09:19:11
Am I wrong in thinking no one (person or company) can have any form of exclusive right of access to the sea? Land may only be owned up to the high water mark, so everyone can use beaches, tidal pools etc.

How will this basic right affect peoples right of access?


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