Association for Rural Advancement

 
Court judgment to restore farm dwellers’ dignity
Court judgment to restore farm dwellers’ dignity
The recent high court judgment declaring that three municipalities in Pietermaritzburg must provide water, sanitation and waste collection on farms...
State’s failures impede land reform
State’s failures impede land reform
Last week the Constitutional Court handed down a crucial judgment in Mwelase vs Director-General for the Department of Rural Development and Land...
‘Zwelithini is not collecting rent, the Ingonyama Trust is’
‘Zwelithini is not collecting rent, the Ingonyama Trust is’
King Goodwill Zwelithini has distanced himself from the court action taken against the Ingonyama Trust Board because of its lease programme, saying...
Labour tenants to be first in line
Labour tenants to be first in line
Labour tenants, who work for a landowner in exchange for the right to use a portion of the land for their sustenance, could be the first beneficiaries of the government’s policy to expropriate land without compensation....
Mlangeni unearths the land of his father
Mlangeni unearths the land of his father
The Mlangeni family was about to give up on their mission to find their grandfather’s grave on the Free State farm when someone tripped over a...

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