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The book, Kill the Boer contains 32 figures, 19 tables and 4 maps. A selection of these figures, tables and maps have been uploaded to this website to enable you to help raise awareness about the crisis of farm murders. Please use these images on social media to help spread the word.

Figure 2: SAPS data on farm attacks and farm murders for 1996-1997 to 2016-2017

Figure 3: TAU SA data on farm attacks and farm murders for 1990–2016

Figure 7: Employment in agriculture, 2001-2016

Figure 14: Hourly distribution of farm attacks: 2001 (CIAC)

Figure 15: Most prevalent crimes committed, indicated as a proportion of all farm attacks

Figure 16: Division of victims (1990 to 2012) according to age groups

Figure 17: Analysis of murder victims by TAU SA

Figure 18: Benefits to permanent farmworkers in the Western Cape

Figure 19: Comparing on-farm houses with off-farm houses in the Western Cape

Figure 22: Media reporting and racial characteristics (Afrikaans and English Media)

Figure 23: Media reporting and racial characteristics (Afrikaans media)

Figure 24: Media reporting and racial characteristics (English media)

Figure 25: Reporting of known incidents, according to race

Figure 32: Most prevalent propositions on race in the South African media

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The book, Kill the Boer contains 32 figures, 19 tables and 4 maps. A selection of these figures, tables and maps have been uploaded to this website to enable you to help raise awareness about the crisis of farm murders.

Figure 2

SAPS data on farm attacks and farm murders for 1996-1997 to 2016-2017

Figure 3

TAU SA data on farm attacks and farm murders for 1990–2016

Figure 7

Employment in agriculture, 2001-2016

Figure 14

Hourly distribution of farm attacks: 2001 (CIAC)

Figure 15

Most prevalent crimes committed, indicated as a proportion of all farm attacks

Figure 16

Division of victims (1990 to 2012) according to age groups

Figure 17

Analysis of murder victims by TAU SA

Figure 18

Benefits to permanent farmworkers in the Western Cape

Figure 19

Comparing on-farm houses with off-farm houses in the Western Cape

Figure 22

Media reporting and racial characteristics (Afrikaans and English Media)

Figure 23

Media reporting and racial characteristics (Afrikaans media)

Figure 24

Media reporting and racial characteristics (English media)

Figure 25

Reporting of known incidents, according to race

Figure 32

Most prevalent propositions on race in the South African media