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Reaping Divine Justice
The 27th of April is Freedom Day in South Africa. This is the day the first non-racial elections were held in 1994. Before, non-whites had limited voting rights, and the black population had no rights in general.
Although apartheid is gone, race is still a question in South Africa, with white farmers saying they’re suffering. ‘I feel that my life and the life of my family members and the future of my children are under threat in this country,’ says farmer Adi Schlebusch.
White South Africans make up 8.8% of the population and own 72% of all farms and agricultural holdings, while the black majority owns just four per cent of the land. It causes sharp social divisions, with the white minority subjected to violence, robbery and murder. See more in our film Reaping Divine Justice.