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4 June 2018

The Karen National Union’s Agriculture Department will give priority to assist the public in obtaining their land ownership rights and solve land issues that rose up in the mixed controlled areas within this year.

The department made the decision during its 12th year-end meeting held at Kalo Yaw Hta under Hpa-an District on May 30.

Local residents from the KNU-controlled areas have been demanding the KNU to do required land measurements in order to obtain land grants.

Corruption in South Africa
2 March 2018
South Africa

Government needs to strengthen institutions of land reform‚ eliminate corruption and deal with bureaucracy if it wants to succeed with the new land reform proposals.

That’s according to prominent advocate Tembeka Ngcukaitobi.

He said this was the thrust of what President Cyril Ramaphosa announced in his state of the nation address to Parliament and what the Economic Freedom Fighters have tabled before the same house.

26 February 2018

PALAKKAD: The alienation of land and the government machinery’s failure to provide alternate land to the adivasis of Attappadi even under the Forest Rights Act (FRA) has only led to further marginalisation of these sections. The ghastly incident in which Madhu was fatally assaulted by a group of persons goes to show how vulnerable the 33,000-odd Adivasis of 192 ‘oorus’(tribal hamlet) of Attappadi are in the hands of the mainstream population.




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