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Social reproduction of ‘classes of labour’ in the rural areas of South Africa: contradictions and contestations
(Taylor & Francis, 2018)
Marxist agrarian political economy has focused largely on the problematic of accumulation and its politics, but the dynamics of social reproduction in rural contexts remain somewhat undertheorised. These are explored through ...
What are the real implications of reopening land claims?
(Institute for Poverty, Land and Agrarian Studies, University of the Western Cape, 2014)
The Restitution of Land Rights Amendment Act of 2014 has reopened the land claims process for another five years, extending the deadline to 2019. An impact assessment commissioned by the Department of Rural Development ...
Many land reform projects improve beneficiary livelihoods
(Institute for Poverty Land and Agrarian Studies (PLAAS), 2013)
Many land reform projects have improved the incomes and livelihoods of those who received land – despite inadequate government support for planning and production, and in the face of severe resource constraints.