The project was also aimed at providing much-needed economic relief to the orphaned, widowed and child-headed households whose land was to be leased for the programme.
Posts published in Nov 2019
The Peace Table Grapes co-operative in Moganyaka village near Marble Hall is making its mark in a tough sector, farming table grapes which they export…
Ernest Ngwenya’s home of over 40 years may soon be reduced to rubble. Already it’s surrounded by rubble from the Ikwezi Mine in Kliprand, a rural settlement near Danhausser in KwaZulu-Natal.
Residents are facing an uphill battle with their municipality, and possible evictions from their homes after building it on land the government says belongs to them.
In black East London, Morolong was a sort of lynchpin of life in pictures. He had a great flare and natural talent for photography.
The Mavungeni land-use strategy could prevent some challenges that Communal Property Association (CPAs) are faced with, writes Molatelo Mohale, a programme officer at the Nkuzi Development Association.
Communal Property Association (CPA) representatives fed up with what they say is lack of support from government have resolved to form an independent union to tackle issues they claim are leading to the collapse of farming projects run by land claimant communities.
Many up and coming farmers have resorted to buying water, an option they say isn't sustainable for the long-term.
Memoirist Mda Mda goes back to the late 1800s to present day – covering colonialism, to apartheid, and democracy – to trace the steps of a fractured Transkeian history in Struggle and Hope – Reflections on the recent history of the Transkeian People.
Municipality challenges judgment compelling it to provide basic services to families
residing on farms