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ipjr083986225 June 2003 The Greater St Lucia Wetlands Park South Africa. The Dukuduku people’s income is mainly from manual labour and selling roadside crafts. The Dukuduku forest people are at the centre of one of South Africa’s land disputes. The people are claiming rights to land they were disposessed of that is now under commercial farming,forestry, pristine forest and forming part of a world heritage site being The Greater St Lucia Wetlands Park. John Robinson/South Photographsland rights afrika afrique indigenous

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