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These settlements were the only space allowed for Non-White occupation of urban land.The inhabitants of these settlements were subjected to paying of taxes; the so-called hut tax as well as tax on grazing rights.It is interesting to note that the land occupied by such a concentrated population of people never became the property of that particular community, the people merely had the right of occupation, not ownership, and this was still subject to government decision.Urban non-white settlement ‘Dorpslokasies’ The settlement of Non-Whites also took place in the urban areas, known as ‘urban locations.’ These differed from the rural settlements as the latter were deliberately created in order to concentrate contain groups of Blacks in certain areas in the country, while the former developed spontaneously and consisted of groups of Non-White people who were not necessarily the same nationality or ethnicity.67 - Mokopane (Potgietersrus), Limpopo Soek iemand om my liefde vir die natuur te deel Ek is standvastig en het soms ietsie stouts in my hou van lag. You're in control - block or report unsavoury members. Create your free profile to find that someone special and make contact through the private messaging interface when youre ready.
Certain Non-White management bodies were allowed to function, but the state still had full control over such bodies and freedom of decision making was governed by the state.In addition, the powers and obligations of the leaders were dictated by the state and management bodies were not represented in central government in any way.Later, a White representative was appointed to act as a link between management bodies and the government, an example of this was Mopeli and his people at Witsieshoek.This could only be obtained by purchasing or leasing land from White farmers which led to complaints by neighbouring farmers not wanting Non-White areas adjacent to their farms.Also, boundaries of such properties were often not properly defined resulting in further complications.