Health and Human Rights in a South African Bantustan
Social Science and Medicine. 1986; 22(9): 887-892.
The forced removal of black South Africans to pseudo-independent homelands has created suffering, unemployment, family disintegration, loss of freedom, and health crises such as malnutrition. The author focuses on political and human rights violations, particularly in the Ciskei homeland, in a discussion of the difficulties of blacks in travel, earning a living, farming, and obtaining health care. (KIE abstract)
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