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Ihsaan Haffejee
13 May 2019
Malawi
Mozambique
Zambia
Namibia
South Africa
Honduras
Colombia

Por Vijay Prashad*

We cannot wait indefinitely – interim options for land reform
18 June 2018
Authors: 
Sobantu Mzwakali
South Africa

The failure to secure the property rights of rural communities shows a clear policy gap between citizens and rights to land as per the Constitution and the attitude and practices of the state, traditional leaders, white farmers and mining companies in relation to such rights. 

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5 June 2018
South Africa

Date: 4 juin 2018

Source: Afrikipresse

Par: Eustace Davie

En 1991, le gouvernement de l'apartheid reconnaissait sa violation la plus grave des droits de l'homme : le refus de la propriété des terres aux Sud-Africains noirs. Comment ? Le gouvernement adopta la loi sur la mise à niveau des droits fonciers, appelé « ULTRA ».

CRÉDITS : MUJAHID SAFODIEN / AFP
South Africa

Date: 14 mars 2017

Source: Le Monde Afrique

Par Jean-Philippe Rémy

Lettre de Johannesburg.

Sous la pression de l’opposition, l’ANC envisage de remettre en cause l’inviolabilité de la propriété privée garantie par la Constitution post-apartheid pour assurer un meilleur partage des richesses.

Wikus De Wet / AFP
17 June 2020
Africa
Sub-Saharan Africa
South Africa

Por Abahlali baseMjondolo*

Tradução: Ítalo Piva

 

No capitalismo racial imposto pelo colonialismo, os detentores do poder monopolizaram seu controle sobre a terra

5 February 2020
Authors: 
Dr. Marc Wegerif
South Africa

The Parliament of South Africa has agreed to amend the Constitution of the country in order to make it explicit that it is possible to expropriate land without paying compensation in order to further land reforms. The supporters of this move - the ruling  African National Congress (ANC) and the opposition Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) – argue that this is necessary to speed up land reforms in order to overcome the continuing extreme and still largely racially defined inequalities in land ownership.

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