New bill aims to speed up return of land to black South Africans
In South Africa, land remains an emotive issue, even 22 years after the end of apartheid. When the ANC came to power in 1994 it aimed for 30% of land in white hands to be transferred to black owners, but to date only around 10% has been handed over. Now a new bill designed to speed up the process is due to be ratified, but it still faces many hurdles. Our correspondents report.
A programme prepared by Emerald Maxwell and Elise Duffau