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  • A two state solution based on Bantustans is all that Israel will offer. The Moral High Ground

  • In the same year, as Minister of Native Affairs, to the anger of the South African Native National Congress, later renamed the ANC, and the African masses it represented, he started formulating what became the 1913 Native Lands Act. He argued that "separate development", based on the formation of what later were called Bantustans and Group

    ANC Today

  • For South Africa's land policy, of which the Bantustans are the historical outcome, is founded precisely on the land dispossession of the African people which ensures that hunger compels us to bang our own hides to market.

    'The Regeneration of Africa'

  • After centuries of inhabiting what has become Israel proper, in recent decades Palestinians have been either pushed into exile or relegated by force to the caged reservations and "Bantustans" of Gaza and the West Bank.

    Life in the Bubble: At Home in the Israeli Settler State

  • The region was the heart of the apartheid-era "Bantustans" or

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • In Brazil, speakers on Saturday condemned the Israeli occupation of Palestinian lands, with one comparing the practice to apartheid-era South Africa's creation of "Bantustans," which were economically poor areas designated as homelands for blacks.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • Briefing Parliament's justice and constitutional development portfolio committee, he said most of these offices were to be found in the former "Bantustans".

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • "Bantustans" and institutionalise racial discrimination with its creed of apartheid, euphemistically, named Separate Development.

    "Two Wings of a Great Movement"

  • "Bantustans" were the arid regions where blacks were supposed to live away from whites.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • 'Bantustans' as the new African tribal 'homelands' have come to be called.

    The Rise of the South African Reich - Chapter 8


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