Press Statement issued by Land and Accountability Research Centre, University of Cape Town The unanimous judgment of the KZN High Court in the case against the Ingonyama Trust and the Ingonyama Trust Board is an enormous victory for the people who live on trust land in KwaZulu-Natal.
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May 28 2021
On 25 May 2021, the Land and Accountability Research Centre in cooperation with the Heinrich Böll Stiftung Cape Town hosted a virtual launch of the booklet: “A Woman Is A Strong Person”: The Lived Experiences Of Rural Women Activists.
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May 21 2021
Makhasaneni residents relied on the surrounding natural landscape as a source of food, construction materials, and livestock fodder. This study made use of participatory methods and household surveys to place an economic value on the use of natural resources per household per year.
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May 20 2021
Virtual booklet launch and panel discussion: The Lived Experiences of Rural Women Activists (25 May 2021)
The Land and Accountability Research Centre and Heinrich Böll Stiftung Cape Town invite you to attend a virtual launch of the booklet “A Woman is a Strong Person”: The Lived Experiences of Rural Women Activists.
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