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by Harold Wolpe Memorial Trust in 2012
This conference, to be held on 14-15 June 2012 aims to critically assess progress in the creation of a more egalitarian post-apartheid social order, and understand and explain obstacles to the achievement of such an order. It is hoped that the conference will contribute to invigorating a critical...
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by Land Deal Politics Initiative in 2012
The Land Deal Politics Initiative (LDPI) is organizing a second international academic workshop on ‘Global Land Grabbing’ to be held on 17-19 October 2012 at the Africana Studies Center at  Cornell University,  Ithaca,  New York, USA . The event will be co-organized and hosted by the Department of...
by Sakhisizwe: Building the Nation in 2012
The centenary of the Land Act presents a major opportunity for researchers in academia, civil society and the state to reflect on the significance of ‘the land question’ in South African society and what can be learned from other contexts and different ways of thinking about land as a social,...
by Times Live in 2012
Dave Steward of AfriForum claims statement in the green paper that "all anti-colonial struggles are, at the core, about two things: repossession of land lost through force or deceit, and restoring centrality of the indigenous culture", violated the values of equality and non-racialism.
by Zandisile Luphahla, The New Age in 2012
A total of nine new land claims in the Northern Cape are to be settled during the current financial year to help finalise the province’s backlog. This was revealed by MEC for agriculture, land reform and rural development Norman Shushu when he presented his department’s budget speech and vote for...

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