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WATCH: S.Africa's black majority battles apartheid urban planning

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Twenty-four years after apartheid, land ownership remains a sensitive subject in South Africa. A mostly white minority live close to central business districts, while the majority of black South Africans live in informal settlements on the outskirts, which keep growing. A group of 300 illegal building occupants in the heart of Cape Town are taking matters into their own hands.