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<firstname.lastname@example.org> If you interested in a general overview of the land question in South Africa I would suggest _Down to Earth: Land Demand in the New South Africa_ by Tessa Marcus, Kathy Eales and Adele Wildschut, published by Indicator Press, University of Natal (1996). The book is a summary of a national research project on land demand and options for land reform. The research was conducted by the Land and Agriculture policy Centre (an research organisation with close links to the government's Dept of Land Affairs) and does point to the problems, options and debates around the issue of land reform in the form of land hunger, restitution and redistibution: a very central political issue for most black South Africans.