Here, in the communal areas that make up 13% of the land, there has been no land reform, only an interim law, leaving..."
1. Land reform for whom? This is about the class agenda. Let us talk about class, alongside race and gender.
What is land reform for, and what should its outcomes look like?
Which land should be targeted, where? Presumably we want not only land that is being offered on the market; rather we want well-located land. And there must be smallholdings – this means that the state must be willing to subdivide.
Recall that during the mass democratic movement of the 1980s, UWC became known as the intellectual home of the left and, in the early 1990s, UWC was a centre of framing a new constitutional dispensation."