Fear and loathing: Does land expropriation benefit the precarious working class in South Africa?

As the land question in South Africa gets to a boiling point, actions of some white farmers are not doing any good to their cause. The farm workers' rights are never protected. The policy framework only benefits the previously advantaged.

Fear and loathing: Does land expropriation benefit the precarious working class in South Africa?
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