Stay on top of the rich stream of news and views about rural and urban land issues. Our content curation team are working to sort and sift through news and opinion pieces to bring you the most relevant and up to date articles.

Article


Card image 12 July 2018 Daily Maverick

Bantustan boundaries, alive and well in modern South Africa

By excluding communal land from the current expropriation without compensation deliberations, the ANC not only entered into an elite pact with traditional leaders, but also agreed to the effective continuation of bantustan boundaries. It’s a decision that fails the constitutionally guaranteed national commitment to land reform, restitution and equitable access to land – and leaves some 18-million rural South African residents without the security of tenure set out in Section 25(6) of the Constitution.

Expropriation, Land ownership, Tenure reform, Traditional leadership read more

Stay informed.

Sign up for our monthly newsletter - coming soon.

Contact Us


The World Food programme warns that unless the Ukrainian port of Odessa is opened soon there will be grain shortages, famine and social unrest in several countries across the globe.

Mozambique
Do we stay or do we return?
Poverty, social tensions, and IDP perspectives
An aspirational normalization narrative leaves those returning vulnerable.
https://omrmz.org/omrweb/publicacoes/dr-171/

#IOM #Migration2022
By end of 2020, conflict and violence had resulted in over half a million displacements in Mozambique, the fourth largest number of new conflict displacements in the world in 2020.

#IOM #Migration2022
The DRC and Ethiopia experienced the largest conflict
displacements in Africa. By the end of 2020, there were a little over 2 million new conflict displacements in
the Democratic Republic of the Congo and more than 1.6 million in Ethiopia.

Load More...

A project of Phuhlisani NPC supported by Absa. This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike. International License.