After 13 years of government stalling, about 18 000 Hilton College Estate labour tenants will have their case heard in the Land Claims Court.
ANC secretary general Gwede Mantashe faced farmers' questions about land reform, food security, labour unrest and agricultural policy inconsistencies.
Land reform is in the spotlight again after an amendment to 1994’s Restitution of Land Rights Act. Here are seven facts to consider.
A raucous exchange over who stole whose land led to the eviction of EFF MPs from Parliament – after which ANC leaders took up their fight.
A Wiser panel has highlighted how old traditional barriers still exist for issues surrounding land reform and ownership in South Africa.
The land reform policy emanates from the ANC’s 2012 policy conference held, and was approved by the national conference, says minister Gugile Nkwinti.
Those wanting to lodge land claims now have another five years in which to do so, says Land Reform Minister Gugile Nkwinti.
President Jacob Zuma has signed the Restitution of Land Rights Amendment Bill into law, his office said on Monday.
An ANC NEC member has reported that the controversial new land reform proposals didn't emanate from the party's 2012 Mangaung conference resolutions.
The DA has questioned why government has made such a "profound departure" from the land reform model proposed in its National Development Plan.
M&G readers air their views on religion and the Constitution, land reform and the Israel-Palestine conflict.
As South Africa goes to the polls, we look at how President Jacob Zuma has campaigned around key issues in the run-up to elections.
Giving half of SA's commercial farms over to workers may be beyond the state's wherewithal.
Land Reform Minister Gugile Nkwinti hopes to fast track the third phase of District Six development to have the elderly in houses by Christmas.
Speaking at the opening of the National House of Traditional Leaders, Jacob Zuma says laws governing land reform are in favour of land owners.
The Bill that will see the land restitution process being re-opened has been passed following a heated and emotional debate in the National Assembly.
A spat between Helen Zille and journalist Carien du Plessis has turned ugly after Zille brought race into the debate in a rather personal attack.
The irony of two "tribal" Bills that serve the interests of chiefs over ordinary citizens appears to be lost on the ANC, writes Aninka Claassens.