You will not clean someone's house for R12 500 a month, and we both know it.
Let's be realistic about this at the same time.
Land is a very important requirement, but not everyone can work it.
I am sure that there are many people out there that feel that their terms of employment are equitable, just and fair, even if they are just cleaning up after privileged others, black, white or other.
In this regard, your push should be more one of offering decent, respectable housing just in time for the next elections. I suggest you allocate a big bunch of your potential budget to creating jobs through building houses, which will give the occupants a feeling of hope.
From there you need to create other jobs and make this country competitive, whilst creating more opportunity and more hope. Just saying.