Inequal land laws haunt S Africa

Some say government efforts to rectify laws, 100 years after blacks were forced off their lands, have been inadequate.

    Wednesday marked 100 years since black South Africans were forced off their land by the nation's white inhabitants.

    Since the end of aparthied, the government has tried to rectify the inequality of past land laws. However, many say they have only received broken promises.

    Al Jazeera'a Tania Page reports from Alexandra.

    SOURCE: Al Jazeera


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