Zapiro: 1913 Land Act: How far has SA come? - Mail & Guardian

Zapiro: 1913 Land Act: How far has SA come?

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The policy of consistent racial separation was introduced in 1910 through a group of laws that further curtailed the rights of the black majority. The “Mines and Works Act” of 1911 limited black workers exclusively to menial work and so guaranteed the availability of cheap labour and secured the better positions for white workers. The “Native Land Act” of 1913 set aside 7.3 per cent of South African territory as reservations for black people and barred them from buying land outside these…

The apartheid policy was highly effective of achieving its goal of preferential treatment for whites, as is demonstrated by the statistics in Figure

1913 land act: A longer history of dispossession

1913 land act: A longer history of dispossession


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