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- South Africa: Do 40,000 Whites Own 80 Percent of Land?
- Kenya: Swazuri to Revoke 500,000 Acres of Grabbed Lamu Land
- Kenya: Statement By Muhammad Swazuri, Chairman of the National Land Commission, On the Illegal Allocation of Land in Lamu and State Lodges
- Kenya: Families Evicted From Olkaria Naivasha, Houses Razed By Security Officers
- Kenya: Busia CID Alarmed Over Land Fraud
Inclusive Business Model? The case of Sugarcane Production in Tanzania
Emmanuel Sulle, researcher, Institute for Poverty, Land and Agrarian Studies, University of the Western Cape, SA
Investments at US-Africa Summit Need Focus on Land Rights Darryl Vhugen (Landesa), Peter Veit (World Resources Institute) and Bee Wuethrich (Landesa)
Cost-Effective Methods for Strengthening Land Rights in Africa Roy Prosterman, Founder and Chairman Emeritus, Landesa, and Professor Emeritus, University of Washington School of Law
Discover unexpected connections between land rights, poverty and development.
Whether shaped by customary practices or statutory law, property rights underpin virtually all of development.
Legal reform and market forces are among the factors influencing land and natural resource rights in African countries.