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Dispatches from Dakar IV

Lungisile Ntsebeza speaks on struggles for land rights in South Africa

by Stefan Christoff

Corporate mining in South Africa.
Corporate mining in South Africa.

Audio reports from the World Social Forum produced for broadcast on campus/community radio globally.

In this segment of Dispatches from Dakar we hear from Lungisile Ntsebeza specialist in land reform struggles in South Africa based at the University of Cape Town. Ntsebeza speaks on ongoing land reform struggles in South Africa after the end of official apartheid and details corporate mining projects being undertaken on the little remaining public lands in the country. In this interview we hear a critique on the current African National Congress (ANC) governments inaction on moving toward genuiene land reform in South Africa despite national rights enshrined in the Freedom Charter.

Music featured in this report created by hip-hop artist Makkan J in Senegal.

Dispatches from Dakar interview series is produced for broadcast on campus/community radio by community organizer and journalist Stefan Christoff

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