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The South African Land Debate Is A Reflection Of A Failed And Confused Nation

An entitled black population, centuries old white capital and high political stakes are at the heart of the land debate. Is this still only about land or there are several issues South Africa needs to deal with?

The South African Land Debate Is A Reflection Of A Failed And Confused Nation
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