Tweeps offer their opinions on the new bestseller The Land is Ours

Tweeps offer their opinions on the new bestseller The Land is Ours

When the motion for land expropriation was passed by the National Assembly momentum has grown on Twitter behind the hashtag #thelandisours.

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Twitter users have expressed their views and opinions on the controversial land reform debate. A great deal of the tweets have revolved around the release of a new book, 'The land is ours' which is where the hashtag originated.

The book is written by Advocate Tembeka Ngcukaitobi. Some people have compared the book to Jacques Pauw's book about Jacob Zuma, 'The President's Keepers'. learned that the book is the result of years of research by Ngcukaitobi into the consequences of colonialism on the people of Africa, particularly to the loss of land and culture.

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Land has been tied to dignity and equality.

This user points out how white people were mobilised by Pauw's book but they were few and far between at the book launch.

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Others took a more tongue in cheek approach to land reform.

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