Sibongile Mthimkhulu, 63, has struggled to support her family since the land where she lives in South Africa’s Kwazulu-Natal Province was sold to a heritage council that limits the numbers of cattle she can keep. She now cuts and sells grass to get by.

Sibongile Mthimkhulu, 63, has struggled to support her family since the land where she lives in South Africa’s Kwazulu-Natal Province was sold to a heritage council that limits the numbers of cattle she can keep. She now cuts and sells grass to get by.
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