‘We have almost 8 million South Africans who lack adequate shelter’
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‘We have almost 8 million South Africans who lack adequate shelter’

“We have to give black South Africans the ownership of the land they live on.…

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King Goodwill Zwelithini wants a Zulu state
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King Goodwill Zwelithini wants a Zulu state

King Goodwill Zwelithini yesterday declared anyone after his land “an enemy of the Zulus”,

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Mail & Guardian 200 Young South Africans list
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Mail & Guardian 200 Young South Africans list

‘This is not a referendum’
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‘This is not a referendum’

Speaking at the constitutional amendment hearings, committee chair Vincent Price says that it is the…

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‘We can’t please everyone’
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‘We can’t please everyone’

Committee chairperson Vincent Smith answering the concern that the constitutional amendment hearings are being held…

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‘We have asked political parties to mobilise’
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‘We have asked political parties to mobilise’

Vincent Smith responding to concerns that political parties are influencing the views of people at…

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’24 years into democracy and we still have no land’
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’24 years into democracy and we still have no land’

Speaking at the constitutional amendment hearings in Mpumalanga, a Mbombela resident says the ANC Youth…

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No severe injuries for trapped Thai teen footballers: official
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No severe injuries for trapped Thai teen footballers: official

No severe injuries have occurred to the 12 trapped Thai teenage football players, announced an…

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‘I’ve invested in this land’
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‘I’ve invested in this land’

Vincent De Agrella, who owns Adam’s Apple hotel, speaks about land expropriation without compensation and…

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Northern Cape Nama farmers fear expropriation of ancestral land
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Northern Cape Nama farmers fear expropriation of ancestral land

Arthur Cloete has been farming for “about five years” on the communal land that has…

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