Named for the Schedule of Native Areas which was appended to Act 27 of 1913.
Of land: reserved for the exclusive use of African people. Often in the phrase scheduled area: reserve.
1913Act 27 inStat. of Union 4381.(1) From and after the commencement of this Act, land outside the scheduled native areas shall..be subject to the following provisions, that is to say:– (a) a native shall not enter into any agreement or transaction for the purchase, hire, or other acquisition from a person other than a native, of any such land or of any rights therein, or servitude thereover.
c1970C. DesmondDiscarded People 11All the former native reserves in the four provinces were set out in the Schedule to the Act, and are referred to as ‘Scheduled Areas’. These areas are reserved solely for the occupation and ownership by the tribes in them.
1973T. BellIndust. Decentral. 2The Natives Land Act of 1913 set aside areas, known as ‘scheduled areas’, which were to be reserved exclusively for occupation by Africans.
1974Davenport & HuntRight to Land 42This Act (sc. the Natives Land Act, No.27 of 1913) defined areas (referred to as the ‘Scheduled Areas’) outside which natives could not purchase land, and within which people other than the natives could not purchase land.
1985Platzky & WalkerSurplus People 138Those with titledeeds are assured of better treatment than those without; scheduled land cannot be cleared quite as easily as non-scheduled land.
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