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A RESIDENT of Okahandja submitted a complaint with the Anti-Corruption Commission today calling for an investigation into alleged corrupt land deals implicating councillors and officials at the town.Africa Land News read more
Rather than addressing food scarcity, genetically modified crops may render African farmers and scientists more, not less, reliant on global markets.Africa Land News read more
Zimbabwe will use land as security if it fails to get international guarantees for the 30-year sovereign bond it wants to issue to raise US$3.5bn to compensate white farmers.Africa Land News read more
The majority of urban residents in Kenya cannot afford to go to established restaurants and eateries. To cater to their needs, food kiosks have sprouted in cities such as Nairobi. These kiosks not only serve delicious and nutritious food, they are also meeting places for the urban working class.Africa Land News read more
As the city turns hostile and Kenyans fearful of suffering hunger flee to the rural areas, COVID-19 has presented us with an opportunity to eliminate the colonial mentality that views the rural countryside as the segregated homeland of a silenced underclass and to renew the rural-urban relationship as a mutually beneficial support system.Africa Land News read more
“They bring fridges, stoves and beds, and then call the media so it looks like we are evicting people but we are not” says City spokespersonUrban land read more
Councillor says illegal occupations are jeopardising housing plans for the areaUrban land read more
Over ten years ago the Public Protector said what steps needed to be taken. But the Department of Water and Sanitation has failed to implement themLand governance and administration read more
As the lockdown enters its fifth month, shack dwellers in a newly built informal settlement in Soshanguve say they are being evicted and have nowhere else to go.Urban land read more
Axed chairperson of the Eastern Cape House of Traditional Leaders and Nkosi Mwelo Nonkonyana has taken the "House" and traditional affairs MEC Xolile Nqatha to court.Traditional leadership read more
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