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n SA Crime Quarterly - Accessing land and capital in rural South Africa - new forms of old power : editorial

Volume 2014, Issue 49
  • ISSN : 1991-3877
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Abstract

An immense irony characterises the scramble for land in democratic South Africa. Some of the ethnic homeland areas to which people were confined by colonial and apartheid segregationist laws and policies have become extremely valuable real estate since the discovery of platinum and other minerals beneath the land. As Sonwabile Mnwana explains in his article in this issue, the mining economy has progressively shifted to these areas over the past 20 years, often with devastating consequences and few benefits for the groups whose historical lands are now being mined.

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