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State’s failures impede land reform

Scathing Constitutional Court judgment bemoans land reform department’s inability to get job done in time

Land restitution is an urban issue

It has been largely successful but limited by family fights and an urban land shortage

Skwatsha: Western Cape could be testing ground for land expropriation

​The deputy minister of rural development and land reform may assist more than 20 000 farm dwellers facing eviction in the Drakenstein municipality

South Africa’s vexed land reform scores a rare success

After a 10-year legal battle, the Moletele have taken back the land from which they were evicted by members of the white minority nearly a century ago

‘ANC can’t play to the gallery on land issue’ — Mantashe

The land issue has divided senior ANC members, with some, including President Jacob Zuma, calling for the Constitution to be amended.

South Africa’s land reform efforts lack a focus on struggling farmers

Giving people land and then depriving them of appropriate support to earn a living from the land is regressive

Labour tenants reach shaky agreement with the department

Mwelase case claimants are adamant about their right to acquire their ancestral land.

Communities stuck in land ownership battle with govt

The communities of Enon and Bersheba in the Eastern Cape are locked in a stalemate over the transfer of title deeds with the land reform department.

Seven facts about the Restitution of Land Rights Act

Land reform is in the spotlight again after an amendment to 1994’s Restitution of Land Rights Act. Here are seven facts to consider.

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