2 edition of Land reform and gender in post-apartheid South Africa found in the catalog.
Land reform and gender in post-apartheid South Africa
by United Nations Research Institute for Social Development, Gender, Poverty and Well-Being in Geneva, Switzerland
Written in English
|Statement||by Cherryl Walker.|
|Series||DP -- 98, Discussion paper (United Nations Research Institute for Social Development) -- 98.|
|Contributions||United Nations Research Institute for Social Development., United Nations Development Programme., Sweden. Styrelsen för internationell utveckling.|
|LC Classifications||HD1333.S6 W35 1998|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 21 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||21|
Gaining Ground? Rights and Property in South African Land Reform examines how land reform policy and practice in post-apartheid South Africa have been produced and contested.. Set in the province of Mpumalanga, the book gives an ethnographic account of local initiatives and conflicts, showing how the poorest sectors of the landless have defied the South African state's . 25 Years After Apartheid Ended, South Africa's Land Rights Problem Is Boiling Over South African leaders have promised to redress land rights in .
Historically, the ANC has poorly analysed and theorised South Africa’s land question. Even though South Africa experienced the most invasive land dispossession in the world (93% of the land was dispossessed) the focus of the ANC’s anti-apartheid struggle was on democratic rights. Important as this was, it minimised the importance of the. This article compares land reform management in Namibia, South Africa and Zimbabwe—three countries in Southern Africa sharing a similar history of race-based minority rule characterized by extensive land expropriation that pushed indigenous black populations into .
While the objective of the Land Claim Commission is aimed at dealing with the administration of land claims and compensation of the present owners and restitution to the claimants, the Land Claims Court specialises in dealing with disputes that are not solved by the land claims commission and arise out of laws that underpin South Africa's land. South Africa - South Africa - Postapartheid South Africa: Mandela was elected president of the ANC in , succeeding Tambo, who was in poor health and died two years later. Mandela and de Klerk, who both wanted to reach a peaceful solution to South Africa’s problems, met with representatives of most of the political organizations in the country, with a mandate to draw up a new constitution.
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Gender issues are addressed in all three components of the land reform programme: (i) land redistribution, (ii) land restitution, and (iii) tenure reform.
The commitment to gender equality grows out of the recognition that rural women have been systematically marginalized from access to and control over land, as a result of past land and labour policies based on race, combined with patriarchal. Land Reform and Gender in Post-Apartheid South Africa Cherryl Walker UNRISD Discussion Paper No.
98, October United Nations Research Institute for Social Development. Get this from a library. Land reform and gender in post-apartheid South Africa. [Cherryl Walker; United Nations Research Institute for Social Development.]. This study is about the gender dimensions of land reform in South Africa.
The case study is that of a housing and resettlement project in Daggakraal, Mpumalanga Province. The aim of the study was to describe and analyse empirical realities for rural women, in relation to land, in Daggakraal.
The. Land: history and perspectives --Land dispossession --Land rights as human rights --The constitutional property clause: property in the interim constitution --Accessing land in post-apartheid South Africa --Compensation --Land redistribution --Conclusion and recommendation.
Responsibility: Michael A. Yanou. Abstract: This article argues that the goals of social justice, poverty alleviation and gender equality within the post‐apartheid government's land reform programme are threatened by government's neo‐liberal macroeconomic framework, by shortcomings in addressing gender and because rural women do not constitute an organised social force.
Land Reform Programme: Is a South Africa government programme introduced in to redress the race-based land injustices and dispossession through land restitution, redistribution, and tenure.
Land Restitution: A programme based on social justice targeting for people who have been forcefully removed from their land by the apartheid state.
Land-related issues have taken centre stage in socio-political and economic discourse in post-apartheid South Africa. As in other societies, access to land is vital for social–cultural sustainability, improved livelihoods and economic development; hence, the sensitivity of the land reform projects initiated by successive governments.
As South Africa has entered the third decade after the end of apartheid, this book aims at taking stock of the post-apartheid dynamics in the, so far, often less-comprehensively analysed, but crucial fields of APRM-relevant politics, social development, land and regional relations.
In the first part of the book an analysis of some structuring domestic features of post-apartheid South Africa is provided, with a. Land reform is necessary in post-apartheid South Africa to help address inherited historical injustices, especially those resulting from land dispossession of the black majority.
It involves the. Land Reform Revisited engages with contemporary debates on land reform and agrarian transformation in South Africa. The volume offers insights into post-apartheid transformation dynamics through the lens of agency and state making.
The chapters written by emerging scholars are based on extensive qualitative research and their analysis highlights the ways in which people negotiate and contest land reform realities.
Land reform in South Africa is sinking. Can it be saved?1 Ben Cousins2 1. Introduction What is going wrong in South Africa’s post-apartheid land reform programme, and how can its failings be addressed.
Twenty two years after the transition to democracy and the commencement of land reform, there is a great deal of lived experience to. Summaries. This article argues that the goals of social justice, poverty alleviation and gender equality within the post‐apartheid government's land reform programme are threatened by government's neo‐liberal macroeconomic framework, by shortcomings in addressing gender and because rural women do not constitute an organised social force.
There is broad agreement that land reform programmes have not fulfilled their aims to significantly redistribute land and productive agrarian capacity, strengthen land tenure for the majority, and settle the restitution claims of victims of land dispossession.
Learn more about the successes and challenges in South Africa. But it is also clear that “land” symbolises wide discontent within the populace at large over the slow rate of change in post-apartheid South Africa. In the background, fuelling the fires, are the most intractable problems facing South Africa: massive levels of unemployment, structural poverty and gross inequality.
This paper argues that the poor delivery on land reform in post-apartheid South Africa is best explained through a close analysis of the form and content of the constitution of Urban land reform: rethinking informal settlements in pre-apartheid, apartheid and post-apartheid South Africa.
Land Reform in South Africa: An Overview 32 Int’l J. Legal Info. () Sam Rugege INTRODUCTION: THE NEED FOR LAND REFORM South Africa suffered a long history of colonization, racial domination and land dispossession that resulted in the bulk of the agricultural land being owned by a white minority.
Black people resisted. Book Description. Gaining Ground. Rights and Property in South African Land Reform examines how land reform policy and practice in post-apartheid South Africa have been produced and contested.
Set in the province of Mpumalanga, the book gives an ethnographic account of local initiatives and conflicts, showing how the poorest sectors of the landless have defied the South African.
Thus, land reform has occupied public discourse in the new South Africa since Land resource plays significant roles in both agrarian and industrial societies, but the slow pace in South African land reform agenda has created policy gaps and renewed agitations against land inequality in the country.
as a strategy by the apartheid state to influence the path of land reform in post-apartheid South Africa. 4 The ARBLMA sought to repeal the racial terminology without addressing the effects of apartheid. 5 Following submissions by civil society organisations including the National.Cousins, B () Contextualising the controversies: Dilemmas of communal tenure reform in post-apartheid South Africa.
In Claassens, A, Cousins, B (eds) Land, Power & Custom: Controversies Generated by South Africa’s Communal Land Rights Act. Walker, C () Women, gender policy and land reform in South Africa.Possible causes of post-apartheid inequality Unemployment.
South Africa has extremely high unemployment rates. The overall unemployment rate was 26% inRedistribution aims to transfer White-owned commercial farms to Black South Africans. Restitution involves giving compensation to land lost to Whites due to apartheid, racism, and discrimination.
Land tenure reform strives to .