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November 20

  • Kenya: 50,000 Land Deals Stalled By Eldoret Ban

    The Star

    MORE than 50,000 land transactions are pending at the lands office in Eldoret because of a ban on some of the transactions imposed by Uasin Gishu Governor Jackson Mandago. Read more »

  • Angola: New Land for Agriculture Cleared in Bailundo


    At least 45,689 square metres of land for agriculture were cleared of landmines in Bailundo municipality, central Huambo province, under an initiative of the Association of Angolan... Read more »

  • Kenya: Get Out of Public Land, Ranguma Tells Locals

    The Star

    Kisumu residents living on land reserved for roads and sewer lines have been asked to move or be evicted. Governor Jack Ranguma said the government needs space to build utilities. Read more »

  • Rwanda: Land Management Should Begin Today

    New Times

    Fears are growing that with the current population growth and the pace of urbanization, a food crisis could be looming in the shadows as more and more arable land is being gobbled... Read more »

  • South Africa: Outstanding Land Claims Noted By the Committee [document]

    Parliament of South Africa

    The Portfolio Committee on Rural Development and Land Reform has noted the report by the South African Human Rights Commission (SAHRC) on the systematic challenges affecting the... Read more »

  • South Africa: 'Winds of Change Sweep Across Country'

    There are winds of change sweeping across the length and breadth of rural South Africa that are transforming these outlying areas into hives of economic activity and sustainable... Read more »

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