Farmer's Weekly

‘Landless data’ could improve monitoring of land reform

To measure the progress being made with land reform, it is important to determine how many South Africans remain landless.

This was according to Nomzamo Zondo, the director of the Socio-Economic Rights Institute of South

Vous lisez un aperçu, inscrivez-vous pour en lire plus.

Plus de Farmer's Weekly

Farmer's Weekly6 min de lecture
Farms Sold
Walton Golightly lists recent farm sales as recorded by the National Deeds Office. Please note that each transaction is unique and the price may not reflect the agricultural value of the farm. Email Walton at farmersweekly@caxton.co.za. Subject line:
Farmer's Weekly1 min de lecturePsychology
Help for ADHD
The move to COVID-19 lockdown Level 1 at the beginning of March, as well as the start of the school year, have seen the inevitable return of the stresses of ‘normal’ life, both for children and adults. Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD)
Farmer's Weekly4 min de lecture
Is It Time To Relook Water Governance In South Africa?
“The South African Human Rights Commission recently gave government stakeholders 60 days to respond after it ruled that the continued flow of raw sewage into the Vaal River, as well as into homes and public areas in the Emfuleni Local Municipality, w