Ruperts quietly get on with land reform, offering township title-deeds

CAPE TOWN — Giving back to the rural folk among whom you were raised is always a heartfelt deed – but when you do this in a way so fundamental that it far outstrips what even the government has been able to do, it becomes profound. Navigating the complex apartheid-born legislation that reduces township residents to mere tenants with no collateral to work with is a major feat, especially in the small rural towns over which the winds of change seem to have whistled unchecked.

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