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For several decades rural communities in the former homelands have lived under a lingering threat of losing their homesteads because they do not have title deeds proving they own the land they live on.

This threat became reality in 2018 for a group of Eastern Cape families sharing a commonage in my hometown of Butterworth, who found a portion of their land occupied illegally by a group from the nearby Mchubakazi township...

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