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The Missing Millions

The Missing Millions

Publisher : Porcupine Press
SKU: 9781928497011
R 250,00
This is a story about the landlessness & poverty that plague working-class black people in South Africa, & the plan devised by entrepreneurs to overcome this. The title suggests a heist, but it should be read against the biggest land grab to have occurred in our country’s history: the Natives Land Act of 1913.
This is a story about the landlessness & poverty that plague working-class black people in South Africa, & the plan devised by entrepreneurs to overcome this. The title suggests a heist, but it should be read against the biggest land grab to have occurred in our country’s history: the Natives Land Act of 1913.

In this book, they confront some of the conundrums that persist in modern-day South Africa, & the impact these have on the country’s missing millions. The question that ultimately arises is whether government should reconsider its approach to the land question by accommodating the views expressed here.

These men offer government & other stakeholders a sustainable economic strategy for remedying persistent wealth disparities between black & white South Africans.
Products specifications
ISBN13 9781928497011
Publisher Porcupine Press
Contributor By (author) Sande Dotyeni
Publication Date 2022-07-01
Language English
Format Paperback / softback
Pages 0
Product Dimensions (H x W x L) in mm 210 X 148 X 210
Shipping Weight (grams) 500
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This is a story about the landlessness & poverty that plague working-class black people in South Africa, & the plan devised by entrepreneurs to overcome this. The title suggests a heist, but it should be read against the biggest land grab to have occurred in our country’s history: the Natives Land Act of 1913.

In this book, they confront some of the conundrums that persist in modern-day South Africa, & the impact these have on the country’s missing millions. The question that ultimately arises is whether government should reconsider its approach to the land question by accommodating the views expressed here.

These men offer government & other stakeholders a sustainable economic strategy for remedying persistent wealth disparities between black & white South Africans.
Products specifications
ISBN13 9781928497011
Publisher Porcupine Press
Contributor By (author) Sande Dotyeni
Publication Date 2022-07-01
Language English
Format Paperback / softback
Pages 0
Product Dimensions (H x W x L) in mm 210 X 148 X 210
Shipping Weight (grams) 500
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