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Reshaping women’s land rights on communal rangeland
(National Inquiry Services Centre (NISC) (Pty) Ltd, 2013)
This paper aims to contribute to the debates on communal rangelands and analyses the gendered dimension of land rights and land access in the rural areas of Namaqualand. The actual gender relations within rural communities ...
Plantations, outgrowers and commercial farming in Africa: agricultural commercialisation and implications for agrarian change
(Taylor & Francis OA, 2017)
Whether or not investments in African agriculture can generate quality employment at scale, avoid dispossessing local people of their land, promote diversified and sustainable livelihoods, and catalyse more vibrant local ...
[En]gendering the norms of customary inheritance in Botswana and South Africa
(Taylor & Francis, 2016)
The article responds to the article by Weinberg in this issue. She traces the trajectory of court hearings concerning the contested inheritance of land in Botswana, which, after several prior judgements eventually resulted ...
Training of trainers module for gender sensitive community engagement in large scale land based investments in agriculture
(Institute for Poverty Land and Agrarian Studies (PLAAS), 2019)
WHY THIS TRAINING OF TRAINERS (ToT) MODULE? In 2013, the African Union (AU) commissioned an assessment study on the occurrence of large-scale land-based investments in agriculture (LSLBI). The study was commissioned under ...
Gender, politics and sugarcane commercialisation in Tanzania
(Taylor & Francis Group, 2019)
This article explores relationships between state, corporate capital and local stakeholders in the political economy of sugarcane from a gender perspective. The findings, based on empirical research at the site of Tanzania’s ...