Dedicated to land reform

Dedicated to land reform

President Ramaphosa’s land advisor Professor Ruth Hall has plans for a happier land future.

She grew up in the Eastern Cape, “frontier country”, a descendant of 1820 settlers. “It took me many years to work out that I was living in a colonial enclave and my ancestors were allocated land that had been stolen. Violent conflict and theft of cattle made way for my ancestors, so I’ve always been aware of land as a question of rights and justice”.

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Submitted by : Roman Rollnick of London on 2019-08-30 19:31:15
Well written, interesting and informative.
And what a great expert the President has chosen in Professor Hall.
ExUN-Habitat, Nairobi, Kenya


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