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S. A. Whites fear land grab as black heirs win
Posted: Wednesday, September 28, 2005

Whites fear land grab as black heirs win claim to family farm

WHITE South African farmers are watching with mounting unease as the Government finalises plans to take over a white-owned farm and hand the land to descendants of its original black owners.

The seizure, which follows the failure of talks lasting more than two years between the authorities and an Afrikaner family, will signal the end of the willing seller/willing buyer policy. Other white farmers fear that it could mark the start of a far more aggressive land redistribution programme.

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