The present revolutionary challenge of thought in terms of Customary Law for various governments that have their origins in colonization and democratization.
That up to the apartheid regime starting with the Dutch in
1657 a vain attempt has been evident with one goal in mind, to effect genocide and engineered poverty amongst the indigenous people of Africa.
Customary law "did not derive from legislation or the written law, as recorded in the colonial era of regents
of Holland, but from local convictions of people. See Van Breda and Jacobs". "long established and uniformly observed" 1921 AD 330. Compare also – Development of Customary law Rule of Succession, Mthembu v Letsela and another 1998 (2) SA 675 T.
the year 1652, when the establishment of the pioneer Dutch settlement at Table Bay laid the foundations for the present political dominance of the white man in the country, Africa south of the Zambezi River was already inhabited by a considerable number of
different native peoples. On the basis of racial, linguistic and cultural distinctions, these native inhabitants are customarily classified into separate four groups known respectively as Bushmen, Bergdamara and the Bantu.
The Bushmen at one time spread
over almost the whole of South Africa, are confined principally to the Central and Northern Kalahari Desert and adjacent districts. They are short brownish- yellow people, with certain peculiar and distinctive racial characterises. The Bushmen were long regarded
as the earliest human inhabitants of South Africa, and as having occupied the country from times of remote antiquity. Of the peoples in South Africa the Bushmen are the oldest. The Bushmen are divided into many different groups, each with its own distinctive
language or dialect, and with a
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