APN264120

R350.00R18,000.00

Joe Seramane (now DA MP), Sash members, Lydia Kompe, Rural Womens’ Movement (RWM) & 1994 MP. The Barolong lived at Machaviestad (a farm near Potchefstroom) before 1873, but in August 1971 they were evicted from that land as ‘illegal squatters’ and dumped at Rooigrond, in the then ‘homeland’ of Bophuthatwana, where they remaine.

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