land ownership

 
Ingonyama Trust strips women of land
Ingonyama Trust strips women of land
The Ingonyama Trust Board (ITB) and traditional leaders are forcing women residents on land under its control to sign leases through male proxies,...
Retrospective view
Retrospective view
Selina Hlabedi is a formidable and well-known name in the Gauteng agriculture sector. Her story of growth is one of many in the region, and mirrors...
Malema: Farming must continue 'uninterrupted', but 'idle' land must be redistributed
Malema: Farming must continue 'uninterrupted', but 'idle' land must be redistributed
As the debate over expropriation without compensation continues, Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) leader Julius Malema said on Wednesday that...
Drones are taking to the skies above Africa to map land ownership
Drones are taking to the skies above Africa to map land ownership
Mapping land boundaries is an important way to boost a country’s economic growth and development. It contributes towards better security of land...
Ramaphosa proposes a new plan of action for South Africa
Ramaphosa proposes a new plan of action for South Africa
Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa on Monday evening said there must be an uncompromising rejection of corruption, patronage, cronyism and wastage....
Slice of life: The land is ours – let’s work it
Slice of life: The land is ours – let’s work it
I have a farm, which I started about a year ago. It’s not much land — about three acres, but it’s something. When the whole #BlackMonday...
Rent or buy: The debate rages on
Rent or buy: The debate rages on
‘South African friends: Rent property or buy, and why?” I typed on Facebook last week. It seemed an innocent question. I was not prepared for...
One way to solve the land deadlock
One way to solve the land deadlock
The South African land debate is locked between what appear to be two intractable poles — expropriation without compensation versus land...
​Land and patriarchy take centre stage in Kani and Mda’s recent collaborative play
​Land and patriarchy take centre stage in Kani and Mda’s recent collaborative play
In Zakes Mda and John Kani’s collaboration, The Dying Screams of the Moon, the thorniest of South African issues is used as the pivot...
Mountain
Mountain
The sun
Foreign land Bill a 'setback' for economy
Foreign land Bill a 'setback' for economy
South Africa cannot be compared to other countries that forbid foreign ownership of land, say economists in response to a government proposal to...

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