NGOs and activists launch a caravan trek to mark the centenary of 1913 Land Act

The Land Access Movement of South Africa (LAMOSA) and Tshintsha Amakhaya (TA), an alliance of NGOs in land and agrarian reform, have arranged a series of actions to mark the Centenary of the 1913 Land Act. They will journey through the rural areas of South Africa in two Mayibuye iAfrika Caravans to show how after 100 years the 1913 Land Act continues to impact on the lives of rural people. They will also organise a demonstration outside the Union Buildings in Pretoria from Friday 7 June-Saturday 8 June. On Saturday at 9am, they plan to hand over a memorandum to the government.

Download the press release here: Press Release Mayibuye iAfrika! Caravans (.docx)

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