‘Khoisan Party unfairly left out of land debate’

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The Aboriginal Khoisan Party says the Khoi and San people of South Africa are being unfairly left out of the land expropriation debate.

The party says it will contest in the upcoming general elections to win a seat in the Northern Cape provincial legislature to have the issue addressed.

The party’s manifesto launch is expected to be held in Olifantshoek this weekend.

Aboriginal Khoisan party Treasurer, Francois Clarke says, “Our current government, they don’t see us as the first nation. You only hear about land belonging to certain people and nobody is saying anything about the Khoi and the San and the Nama, the Kurana. So, the indigenous people are not being looked at. Everybody is talking about the KhoiSan but the government is not listening at all.”