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Land reform

by National Institute for the Humanities and Social Sciences (NIHSS) in 2018

 

BACKGROUND

The National Institute for Humanities and Social Sciences (NIHSS) invites applications for post-doctoral fellowships in land and agrarian issues in honour of the late Professor Sam Moyo.

The land and agrarian questions remain...

by Ruth Hall, Ben Cousins in 2018

It is our submission that land reform in post-apartheid South Africa to date has suffered from several key weaknesses. These include the lack of a coherent vision on what its main purposes are, who should be the main beneficiaries of policies, and how they should be supported by state programmes...

by Ian Scoones, Rebecca Smalley, Ruth Hall, Dzodzi Tsikata in 2018

Global resource scarcity has become a central policy concern, with predictions of rising populations, natural resource depletion and hunger. The narratives of scarcity that arise as a result justify actions to harness resources considered ‘underutilised’, leading to contestations over rights and...

by Weekend Argus in 2018

The ANC government has the power to expropriate land but it has chosen not to, says Professor Ruth Hall, a researcher at UWC and the Institute for Poverty, Land and Agrarian Studies. Hall was speaking at Stellenbosch University’s Business School's Leaders Angle conference, held at the Portside...

by eNCA in 2018

The governing African National Congress (ANC) hosted a land summit workshop on 19 - 20 May 2018...

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