SAIIA Occasional Paper No 260, June 2017
SAIIA Occasional Paper No 257, May 2017
SAIIA Policy Insights No 44, May 2017
SAIIA Policy Insights No 40, March 2017
SAIIA Policy Briefing No 160, February 2017
Following our beautiful photo report from Botswana, we offer you another look behind the scenes at SAIIA's work in the field. Join researchers Romy Chevallier and Ross Harvey as they travel to Tanzania to investigate small scale mining and sustainable management of the country's forests and wildlife.
The drought that has hammered Southern Africa over the past years is a potent reminder (if ever it was needed) of the foundational importance of agriculture to the continent’s fortunes. Agriculture remains a mainstay of Africa’s economy, accounting for around a third of GDP and two thirds of employment.
The ‘Land Question’. From legislation under consideration – such as the new Expropriation Bill – to a reopened land claims process, to violent evictions in Hammanskraal, to emotive rhetoric around current landholding patterns, the politics of land is shaking South Africa. In this, South Africa is not unique.
SAIIA Occasional Paper No 229, April 2016
SAIIA Policy Briefing 146, January 2016
SAIIA Policy Briefing No 124, January 2015
SAIIA Policy Briefing No 92, May 2014
SAIIA Policy Briefing No 60, November 2012
SAIIA Policy Briefing No 34, July 2011
South African Institute of International Affairs invites you to the launch of two new books, "The Struggle over Land in Africa - Conflicts, Politics and Change" and "Land, Liberation and Compromise in Southern Africa".
Date: Tuesday 20 April 2010
Time: 16:15 for 16:30 until 18:00
Venue: Jan Smuts House, East Campus, University of Witwatersrand,
RSVP: Please reply to Ndumi Nqunqa Nondumiso.Nqunqa@wits.ac.za
Tel: (011) 339 2021 ext 117
eAfrica Volume 2, June 2004
State support, rule of law and collaboration are key to ensuring successful land reform in South Africa
THE Mataffin Farm in Nelspruit, South Africa is testament to the country's thriving - and transforming - agricultural sector. Tidy rows of robust avocado trees splay across soft, rolling hills. Two schools and a spacious soccer pitch are enjoyed by the farm workers' children. Mataffin's white managers and its new black owners are working hand in hand to ensure that this coveted land continues to produce abundant harvests as it has for more than 100 years.