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The West African nation will let communities veto mining, farming and industrial projects. Activists say the legislation is a progressive landmark. At least one investor calls it unworkable.Africa Land News read more
Illegal logging is a growing feature of transnational organized crime in Africa with far-reaching security and environmental implications.Africa Land News read more
“When foreign companies drill oil in our oceans, fish die”Land rights and mining read more
Activists from across South Africa have called on mining firms to adequately help the communities that host them.Land rights and mining read more
For almost three decades the ANC government failed to address the legacies of apartheid. We certainly do not expect it to rise to the challenge of ensuring a deep and transformative just transition, informed by climate justice.Food security read more
South Africa is a dominantly urban country, with almost 70% of the population living in cities and towns...Urban land read more
Dilapidated country roads are a direct threat to South Africa’s agricultural and rural economies, yet farmers and communities have largely encountered a wall of indifference from government.Rural development read more
Advocate Tembeka Ngcukaitobi said more than 27 years after the creation of the new dispensation in South Africa, the dream for the return of the land has yet to be realised. Instead, it has become a shattered dream.Land policy read more
The Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) has announced plans to auction off drilling rights to oil and gas companies in the Congo Basin, a decision that threatens global climate targets and marks…Africa Land News read more
June demolition of Bertrams Urban Farm, running for 16 years, disrupted dozens of feeding schemesUrban land read more
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