APN264221

R350.00R18,000.00

Mrs Hlatswayo, building a new home in Driefontein. Driefontein was an area deemed a ‘black spot’ by the Apartheid government. Farmworkers who were evicted from neighbouring white owned farms were given refuge in Driefontein. Mr Timothy Hlatswayo had been injured when the tractor driving them home, overturned. The farmer refused to accept responsibility for the accident, and evicted him from the farm.

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