Tag: South Africa

Farm Attacks or ‘White Genocide’? Interrogating the unresolved land question in South Africa

While white farmers are the major victims of farm murder, a conceptualisation of such as ‘white genocide’ does not adequately characterise the reality. One step among others would be for the government to inaugurate a ‘Panel of the Wise’, comprised of well-respected elders from all races, who would contribute to land reform and conflict-resolution strategies for the farms and agricultural sector.

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Land dispossession in South Africa

The Land Question in South Africa

Considering the land challenge question and its many dimensions in South Africa, it is important to adopt a holistic approach that locates the land question within the broader framework of sustainable development.

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In the News: Thursday, 01 October 2020

Joint Communique: Fourteenth (14th) Annual Joint Consultative Meeting between Members of The United Nations Security Council and the African Union Peace and Security Council, 30 September 2020 Source: African Union

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In the News: Monday, 28 September 2020

Women, peace and security: is SA a global champion but domestic loser? Source: ISS Today Gender-based violence and women’s empowerment are enormous challenges in South Africa. President Cyril Ramaphosa’s words

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