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The rehabilitation scheme: a new fraud
I B Tabata
All Africa Convention, Cape Town
The article introduces the Native Policy in which the Black man is kept as a slave to the White man and to invariably create wealth or him. A plan directed for those Africans in the Reserves has been named as the rehabilitation scheme. The government felt that soil erosion was rampant and needed to be saved; and this, they claim, was due to overstocking and therefore the African people should reduce the numbers of their cattle. The land position in South Africa is illustrated in detail and the real position of the division of land between Europeans and Africans are revealed. As the rehabilitation scheme unfolds we see its effects with the proposal to shift and reshuffle the population.
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