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Card image 27 March 2019 Daily Maverick

There will be affordable inner-city housing in Cape Town, but only when the plans are finalised

Inner-city affordable housing is on the cards for Cape Town if the provincial Department of Human Settlements has its way. On Tuesday, MEC Bonginkosi Madikizela revealed plans to build housing in the Cape Town inner city — but could not provide specific timelines for when construction would begin in areas his department has identified. However, the civil society group Ndifuna Ukwazi is cautious of promises made close to an election.

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Religion, agriculture and market dynamics in Zimbabwe | zimbabweland https://zimbabweland.wordpress.com/2022/11/28/religion-agriculture-and-market-dynamics-in-zimbabwe/

The Launch of the Sustainable Livelihood Development Program for Communities in the Gorongosa National Park Sustainable Development Zone https://clubofmozambique.com/news/the-launch-of-the-sustainable-livelihood-development-program-for-communities-in-the-gorongosa-national-park-sustainable-development-zone-229560/ via @twitter

South Africa’s small-scale fishers have been marginalised since apartheid -- what needs to change https://theconversation.com/south-africas-small-scale-fishers-have-been-marginalised-since-apartheid-what-needs-to-change-194742?utm_source=twitter&utm_medium=bylinetwitterbutton via @TC_Africa

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Kirsten and Sihlobo's perspective:
Land reform in South Africa: 5 myths about farming debunked https://www.timeslive.co.za/ideas/2022-11-26-land-reform-in-south-africa-5-myths-about-farming-debunked/ via @TimesLIVE

Richards Bay Minerals wants the high court to remove amakhosi and their families as trustees and beneficiaries of four trusts to which it has thus far paid R500 million in dividends to stop “abuse” of the funding, intended for community development.
https://www.miningweekly.com/article/richards-bay-minerals-in-court-bid-against-trusts-says-most-of-r530m-didnt-reach-communities-2022-11-18

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