Resource Allocation: Land and Human Rights In a New South Africa.

The land question is a special problem in the context of a larger constellation of problems concerned with the 300-year legacy of economic malfeasance, incompetence and expropriation of the economic patrimony of the mass of the people of South Africa. It is the basic recommendation of this paper that the land problem of South Africa must be seen in light of the emerging human right to development. This is a right which affirms the vital importance of putting the land problem into a realistic socio-economic and political context.

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