land reform

 
Ramaphosa hands over 4 500 hectares to KZN community
Ramaphosa hands over 4 500 hectares to KZN community
President Cyril Ramaphosa handed over more than 4 500 hectares of land to the KwaMkhwanazi community in Empangeni, northern KwaZulu-Natal on...
Land reform needs to change society
Land reform needs to change society
Many African countries that introduced land reforms after independence succeeded in transferring land from colonial governments, settlers and...
Land reform needs laws and imagination
Land reform needs laws and imagination
If there is any lesson to be learned from the past 23 years of South Africa’s trial and error experiment with constitutionalism, it is that...
Legal land battle looms for Pretoria East
Legal land battle looms for Pretoria East
A protracted legal battle stands in the way of the Bakgatla ba Lekhuleni clan’s attempt to lay claim to large parts of the country’s capital,...
Land reform – and how to keep your head
Land reform – and how to keep your head
Roger Fisher and William Ury point out in their 1991 book Getting to Yes that “people tend to assume that whatever they fear, the other...
The battle for restitution in Alex is never-ending
The battle for restitution in Alex is never-ending
Lydia Shadi Nhlapo’s mother was resting under a tree on her property in Second Avenue in Alexandra when she was rudely interrupted by an employee...
Black farmers to get state funding
Black farmers to get state funding
The Land Bank will get a major cash injection to allow it to increase funding in the form of soft loans to black farmers who have benefited from...
Editorial: Give clarity on land restitution
Editorial: Give clarity on land restitution
Oh for a time machine to take the ruling party back 10 years to do the job of land reform when the economic times and outlook were rosier. Much...
Churches join  legal fight over Ingonyama leases
Churches join  legal fight over Ingonyama leases
KwaZulu-Natal church leaders have joined a high court challenge by individuals and civil society groups to force the Ingonyama Trust board to...
‘Expropriation without compensation must start now — not later’
‘Expropriation without compensation must start now — not later’
The land must be returned to its rightful owners — the community — not traditional authorities like chiefs.
Cast out, then duped anew
Cast out, then duped anew
About midway through the documentary Uitgesmyt, a news clip — no longer than 45 seconds — shows how, in 1996, to the sounds of a...

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