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Land at the centre of President Zuma’s Radical Economic Transformation

Land at the centre of President Zuma’s Radical Economic Transformation By Mercia Andrews | Amandla! Magazine Issue No. 53 | JULY 2017 “Access to land is a key priority for people in the countryside. We will therefore review the appropriateness

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Land reform requires change to property clause

Addressing the opening of the House of Traditional Leaders in Parliament in February, President Zuma spoke passionately about the land question in South Africa. He said that political parties representing mainly black people should never argue about the need for

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Changing the law to take the land

By Local Amandla! Correspondent for Amandla! Magazine Issue 51 The protection of community land is threatened. Right now, there are proposals on three laws being debated. They concern the removal of all such protection. A significant proportion of land in

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Land and “radical economic transformation”

Land and “radical economic transformation” BEN COUSINS | AMANDLA MAGAZINE | ISSUE 52 | MAY 2017 Land has moved to the centre of political discourse in recent months. At the same time, allegations of state capture by the Gupta family

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Women defending water, land and life in northern KwaZulu-Natal

Women defending water, land and life in northern KwaZulu-Natal By:  Samantha Hargreaves Amandla! Issue No. 47 | September 2016 Women from Somkhele and Fuleni at the WoMin-led “Women Stand their Ground against Big Coal” Southern African exchange. Women carry the burden

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Rightful Radical Resistance: Mass Mobilization and Land Struggles in India & Brazil

Originally published by International Centre on Nonviolent Conflict This ICNC Academic Webinar took place on Thursday, March 17, 2016 at 12 p.m. EST. This live academic webinar was presented by Kurt Schock, Associate Professor of Sociology and Global Affairs, Rutgers

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