Rural Development and Land Reform General Amendment Act, 2011 (No. 4 of 2011). | Land Portal

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This Act amends existing legislation by giving new definitions of "Minister" and other public bodies and officers and by updating certain other provisions.

Amends: Deeds Registries Act. (2000)
Amends: Sectional Titles Act, 1986. (1999)
Amends: Physical Planning Act. (1991)
Amends: Restitution of Land Rights Act (No. 22 of 1994). (1994-11-25)
Amends: Land Administration Act 1995 (No. 2 of 1995). (1995-03-27)
Amends: Land Reform (Labour Tenants) Act 1996 (No. 3 of 1996). (1996-03-12)
Amends: Communal Property Associations Act, 1996 (No. 28 of 1998). (1996-05-15)
Amends: Land Survey Act 1997 (No. 8 of 1997). (1997-04-05)
Amends: Extension of Security of Tenure Act, 1997 (No. 62 of 1997). (2000-60-8)
Amends: Transformation of Certain Rural Areas Act. (1998-10-20)

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Government Gazette 34300, Government Notice 427


Dutch traders landed at the southern tip of modern day South Africa in 1652 and established a stopover point on the spice route between the Netherlands and the Far East, founding the city of Cape Town. After the British seized the Cape of Good Hope area in 1806, many of the Dutch settlers (Afrikaners, called "Boers" (farmers) by the British) trekked north to found their own republics in lands taken from the indigenous black inhabitants. The discovery of diamonds (1867) and gold (1886) spurred wealth and immigration and intensified the subjugation of the native inhabitants.

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