The white farmers in South Africa taking up arms as the government looks to speed up land reform

Twenty-five years since the end of apartheid, South Africa is still wrestling with its legacy.

Vast swathes of farmland are still owned by the white minority, and now the government is looking to speed up land reform across the country.

The prospect has left many white South Africans uncertain of their futures while landless black communities have been left wondering whether the inequalities will really finally be addressed

For the new series of ITV's On Assignment, which returns on Monday, ITV News Africa Correspondent John Ray travelled across the country, meeting those desperate to get back the land they claim as their ancestral homes and those who are taking up arms to protect their property.

Watch the full report in the new series of On Assignment, which begins on ITV on Monday 14th May at 10.45pm