Chrispin Phiri has opted out of the league’s leadership contest but still hopes to influence the organisation through its national executive committee
Legislation and political will are needed to set land targets that consider the needs of women
As the three big parties make their last attempts to woo voters in this year’s local government elections, we look back at the promises in their manifestos
The EFF has made bold promises to root out corruption in ailing municipalities and redistribute land to the poor ahead of this year’s local government elections.
They want to be compensated for shattered dreams, material losses, cattle impounded and never returned, goats killed, homes burnt to ashes, and their dignity stripped when they were forcibly removed
The majority of previously dispossessed people choose money over property, while land reform has become the preserve of the affluent. Is there another way to think about land reform?
Plans include reintroducing Hanover Street and property rights for returning victims of removals
While the ANC in Parliament found itself defending the presence of FW de Klerk at the State of the Nation address last week, the government was also — in court this time — defending an apartheid-era law
According to a new report, the poor remain on the sidelines of farm redistribution
Businessperson Johann Rupert caused a Twitter storm with users describing him as racist, tribalist and arrogant for his comments
The president said the government would assist the community by developing their ability to create sustainable income and jobs from the land
Women around the world tell a similar tale of tilling the land and producing food but being denied secure rights to land
The National Assembly in February adopted a motion for a constitutional review allowing for the expropriation of land without compensation
South Africa’s land reform programme will fail if it continues to neglect smallholder farming
‘The people of the province must put their shoulders to the wheel’
‘To address the land question we will need legislation that will be as forceful as war’
South Africa’s land policy is flailing around in the dark, with the haziest of understandings of how well or how badly land reform is doing
Picking fights carefully so as not to tackle all adversaries simultaneously is a wise political strategy.
Raila Odinga’s swearing-in has rattled Kenya’s government thanks in part to the large crowds that turned up
After 1994 the party lost its way in its quest to repossess the land but it’s now back on track
Black South Africans, who had not had the opportunities that generations of white farmers had, now had to play catch up.
There is very little clarity as to who owns what land in South Africa. A lack of reliable data and statistics doesn’t help.
The willing buyer, willing seller model is not working – but there is an alternative
Expropriation without compensation and nationalising the Reserve Bank are among the contentious policy options that have been put on the table.
Calls for possible change to the Constitution and for state to set price tag on proper compensation
In a no-holds-barred speech, Malema scolded the property owners for not doing enough to change property ownership patterns post-apartheid.
Readers write in about Fallists, land policy, Cyril Ramaphosa, and discipline.
Unconstitutional land expropriation could ruin South Africa’s bread basket.
The agricultural sector has been left guessing because of contradictions and a lack of firm details when it comes to land reform.
SA’s land redistribution policies will not follow Zimbabwe’s due to the country’s law, says Rural Development and Land Reform Minister Gugile Nkwinti.
Experts are at odds over the new investment Bill – some say it will scare off foreign investors while others have decried the uproar.
The EFF has a message for all who continue to trade on the spoils of colonial battles.