They can come home dead from the mines. Between and De Beers invested R50 million in developing the Big Hole into a tourism facility, based on the idea of creating "a lasting legacy for the people of Kimberley. The discovery of diamonds led to a high demand for 'Black labour'. The self-sufficiency and independence of the African rural homestead was questioned by the British Government  which also contributed to the acceleration of land dispossession, especially in the s. It was characterised by abusiveness and unruliness. Labour, capital, class struggle and the origins of residential segregation in Kimberley,
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