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Livestock and the rangeland commons in South Africa’s land and agrarian reform
(NISC (Pty) Ltd and Taylor & Francis, 2013)
Land and agrarian reform has the potential to expand South Africa’s rangeland commons and enhance their contribution to the livelihoods of the rural poor, yet to a large extent this has been an opportunity missed. ...
Introduction: Agrarian change, rural poverty and land reform in South Africa since 1994
(Blackwell Publishing, 2013)
This introduction sketches the context and dynamics of agrarian change, rural poverty and land reform since the end of apartheid in 1994, drawing attention to structural continuities and new elements in the countrysides ...
Radical land reform is key to sustainable rural development in South Africa
(Institute for Poverty, Land and Agrarian Studies, University of the Western Cape, 2002)
Sustainable rural development in 21st century South Africa will never be achieved without a radical assault on the structural underpinnings of poverty and inequality inherited from three centuries of oppression and ...
The potential of agriculture and land reform to generate jobs
(Institute for Poverty, Land and Agrarian Studies, University of the Western Cape, 2018)
Extremely high levels of unemployment contribute to poverty and inequality, and are one of South Africa’s most intractable problems. Can the agricultural sector help to address the problem? And how can land reform be ...
At the crossroads: Land and agrarian reform in South Africa into the 21st century
(Institute for Poverty, Land and Agrarian Studies, University of the Western Cape, 1999)
The land sector has always been characterised by lively and public arguments over policy, and some of the central and recurring themes of the previous five years of debate were expected to surface at the conference. ...
Livelihoods after land reform: The South African case
(Institute for Poverty Land and Agrarian Studies (PLAAS), 2012)
SA’s land reform regarded as a failure – economic objectives – the spectre of ‘failed projects’ – changing the racial pattern of land ownership – too slow • No consensus as to why, or what to do • Even so, ambitious ...