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Scholarship on post-apartheid land reform includes research on land claims made to formal protected areas, such as national parks and state game reserves. Little attention has however, been paid to the question of land restitution claims on private lands, on which a range of nominally 'conservation-friendly' land-uses (including commercial hunting) have taken place. This article traces the emergence of the 'community game farm' as a product of land reform processes affecting freehold land indoi:10.1080/02589001.2013.811790 fatcat:3gd7fzq3bvcfnjivrcg5hdhnuu