Afra Newsletter No. 5
Published by Association for Rural Advancement

KwaPitela, a piece of agricultural land owned by Africans since 1990, was named a "black spot" by the government. It was surrounded by white land, and Africans were force to sell the land to whites. Access to agricultural and grazing land was crucial to the 500 or so residents. (Magazine Article)

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Source: Southern Africa Freedom Struggles, 1950-1994. Digital Innovation South Africa (DISA).

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