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The history of White colonial land dispossession did not begin with the passing of the Native Land Act in , it spans back to the expansion of. The Natives Land Act of was a key example of the segregationist and racist legislation that fixed discriminatory foundations in South African law. We argue. Other articles where Native Lands Act is discussed: Southern Africa: White agriculture and African reserves: The Native Lands Act of and supplementary.
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According to debates in Parliament, the Act was passed in order to limit friction between White and Black, but Blacks maintained that its aim was to meet demands from White farmers for more agricultural land and force Blacks to work as labourers.
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A modern history, 4th edLondon: The ANC is banned. Public facilities are desegregated and many ANC activists are freed. It was stated in parliament, at the time, that the purpose of native land act 1913 Act was to ensure the territorial segregation of the races. That had led to them supplying land to thousands of black people in Natal.
He collected transcripts of court deliberations on the Natives Land Act and testimonies from those directly subject to the act in the book Native Life in South Africa. The minister at the time of its introduction, J. Sauer, was a Cape Liberal who opposed disenfranchisement of blacks.
He, however, advocated for "separate residential areas for Whites and Natives" in the Parliamentary debate on the native land act 1913.