Land issue heats up

People of //Karas express anger and frustration

30 November 2016 | Agriculture

The residents of the //Karas Region have asked government to engage absentee landlords and further maintain the land should be expropriated.

The residents of the //Karas Region have asked government to engage absentee landlords and further maintain the land should be expropriated.

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