August 19

  • Kenya: Kwale Residents Say They Will Defend Their Land

    The Star

    MWAEMBE and Kisima Chanze community in Msambweni have said they will defend a six-acres piece of land in court if the Kwale county government insists they are not legal owners. Read more »

  • Kenya: Senate Demands Answers Over Konza City Location

    Capital FM

    The Senate Committee on Lands and Natural resources has given the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC), the Director of Physical Planning, the Director of Survey... Read more »

  • Tanzania: Minister Trumps Fairness in Land Allocation in Dar

    Daily News

    NEPOTISM will not be entertained in the land allocation programme as the allotment will be carried out in transparency, the Minister for Lands, Housing and Human Settlements, Prof... Read more »

  • South Africa: Land Grabs in Philippi - 'We Are Afraid of Being Evicted'

    The Daily Vox

    Over the past week, scores of informal settlers from around Cape Town moved to occupy areas of land near the Marikana Land Occupation in Philippi. Read more »

  • Nigeria: Enugu Moves to Check Herdsmen, Farmers Clashes


    THE Enugu State House of Assembly has commenced moves to end frequent violent clashes between herdsmen and farmers in the state through a bill. Read more »

  • Kenya: Lamu Residents Warned Over Land Conmen

    The Star

    Some fraudsters are using the ongoing land survey in Lamu to dupe residents, Lamu Deputy Governor Eric Mugo has said. Read more »

  • Kenya: Squatters Grab Bamburi Land

    The Star

    A group of retirees of Bamburi Cement Company have expressed concern over squatters who have invaded the land they bought in Bamburi and Utange in 1982. Read more »

  • Kenya: Kisumu MCAs Want KBL Land Reclaimed

    The Star

    KISUMU County assembly chief whip has urged the county government to reclaim land belonging to the Kenya Breweries Ltd. Isaiah Onyango said the facility was approved by the now... Read more »

August 18

  • Kenya: Uhuru Acted Within the Law in Revoking Lamu Land Titles, NLC Chair Swazuri Says

    The Star

    NATIONAL Land Commission chairman Muhammad Swazuri has defended President Uhuru's revocation of the 22 title deeds to 500,000 acres of land in Lamu. Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Govt Relocates 2 700 Chingwizi Families

    The Herald

    Government has finished relocating 2 700 families from Chingwizi holding camp to permanent plots pegged at Nuanetsi Ranch. Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Land Sub-Leasing Law On Cards

    The Herald

    Government is drafting a regulatory framework on contract farming that is expected to deal with cases of resettled farmers who are leasing farms to white former commercial farmers,... Read more »

  • Uganda: Uganda Wants Wetlands Reclamation

    EA Business

    Holders of land titles in wetland areas are in for a rude awakening. Read more »

  • Tanzania: Tanzania Offers to Lease Islands

    EA Business

    The government is finalizing the evaluation of two bidders selected to invest on the Indian Ocean islands close to Dar es Salaam city.The selected companies are Landmark Hotels and... Read more »

  • South Africa: From Backyard to Rolihlahla Park


    Nosiphiwo Lali built her shack in Rolihlahla Park in Philippi East three weeks ago. She is one of hundreds of people who have moved out of backyards into the Philippi area... Read more »

  • Gambia: Lands DPs Sanyang Continues Evidence Under Cross-Examination

    Daily Observer

    Saikou Sanyang, the sixth prosecution witness (PW6), who is also the deputy permanent secretary at the ministry of regional administration, lands and traditional rulers under... Read more »

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