Six specially adapted vehicles have travelled between remote rural communities in South Africa, inviting people to claim back land confiscated under racist laws in the apartheid era.
Since April 2015, South Africans have lodged more than 27,000 legal claims at "mobile land claims offices" housed in buses and four-wheel-drive trucks, a land rights commission said.
Staff are registering claims for South Africans who were dispossessed of land after June 19, 1913 - when the notorious "Natives Land Act" came into force. The Act prevented black South Africans from owning land outside designated reservations which amounted to just 7 percent of agricultural land, though black South Africans formed 67 percent of the population.
Under the Act and subsequent legislation, more than 3 million people were forcibly relocated to black townships and "Bantustan" homelands.