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Ordinary People
Land Affairs
Directed by Guy Spiller, 1994
Produced by Harriet Gavshon
A Mail and Guardian Television Production
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Hundreds of thousands of rural South Africans, displaced during the apartheid years, want land - land which white farmers now own. On the day of two meetings held in rural Natal, one with black farmers who want land, and one with white farmers who want to keep it, Weekly Mail Television filmed with a white farmer, a displaced black tenant farmer, and with Derek Hanekom, the Minister of Land Affairs. An important look at still unresolved tensions facing rural South Africa.

  

26 minutes / color
Release: 1996
Copyright: 1995
Sale: $195

Subject areas:
Africa, Agriculture, Economics, South Africa

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Part of THE ORDINARY PEOPLE series

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