A rural community in the Eastern Cape is pinning its hopes on the outcomes of a land audit to see whether the farms they have lived on for “over a century” will be transferred to them. 

They are up against a local clan, which counts former deputy finance minister Mondli Gungubele as a member, that wants to be recognised at the rightful owners of the land...

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