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by Radio 702 in 2018
Many parts of the Traditional Courts Bill are outdated and problematic, says social justice activist and public policy expert Sindiso Mnisi Weeks. Weeks says legislation needs to be updated to be more consistent with the constitutional era and to recognise traditional forums as they exist today.
by Talk Radio 702 in 2018
Land reform has regressed under the ANC-led government over the past 24 years. This is according to research done by the Institute for Poverty, Land and Agrarian Studies at the University of the Western Cape. Listen to The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield speak to Professor Ruth Hall on this topic.  
by Jessica van Onselen , Ruth Hall in 2018
#GiveBackTheLand! Yeah! But which land? And how? And to whom? And through which process? The EFF and the ANC want the South African Constitution changed to enable expropriation without compensation. Jessica talks to Professor Ruth Hall about how we can put actual human beings and their needs at the...
by Khulekani Magubane in 2018
In the past 24 years the African National Congress-led government presided over a state where black people’s progress in land rights not only slowed down but regressed, according to researchers from the Institute for Poverty, Land and Agrarian Studies at the University of the Western Cape.
by Ben Cousins in 2018
Smallholder farming has been neglected over the past 23 years of South Africa’s attempt to redistribute land taken away from black people during the apartheid era. Not one farm acquired for redistribution has been officially sub-divided, despite there being no legal barriers to doing so. Instead...

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