September 08

September 06

  • Angola: Over 100 Peasant Families to Get Arable Land in Necuto Commune


    About 128 peasant families in Necuto commune, northern Cabinda Province, will get arable land plots, as of next week, in the framework of the programme of fight against hunger and... Read more »

  • Kenya: State Lodge Still Intact

    The Star

    The National Land Commission vice chairman Abigail Mukolwe has denied claims of land grabbing at the state lodge. Read more »

  • Kenya: Landslide Destroys Tea Farm in Gatundu

    The Star

    More than 700 tea bushes have been destroyed after a landslide hit the farm of former Central Bank chief dealer, Michael Wanjihia, in Karatu village, Gatundu district. Read more »

  • Kenya: Eldoret Public Plots Grabbed

    The Star

    MORE than 500 public plots grabbed by individuals in Eldoret will be repossessed by the county government. Read more »

  • South Africa: Government Must Intervene in Land Disputes in Kwazulu-Natal [press release]


    The IFP in the KwaZulu-Natal Legislature, calls on the MEC for Rural Development, Cyril Xaba and his counterpart, National Minister Gugile Nkwinti, to urgently intervene to diffuse... Read more »

September 05

September 04

  • Namibia: Ondonga-Oukwanyama Land Dispute Postponed

    New Era

    A court case in which acting High Court Judge, Kobus Miller, is asked to determine the validity of an agreement signed between the kings of the Ondonga and Oukwanyama traditional... Read more »

  • Gambia: Jammeh Lauded for Unbanning Rural 'Nawettan'

    Daily Observer

    The minister for Youth and Sports has applauded the Gambian leader His Excellency Sheikh Professor Alhaji Dr. Yahya Jammeh Nasirul Deen Babili Mansa for lifting the ban imposed on... Read more »

  • Egypt: Sisi Issues Decree Allocating State-Owned Land to Sohag

    Egypt Online

    President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi issued on Wednesday 3/9/2014 a republican decree allocating a state-owned plot of land to Sohag province. Read more »

  • Kenya: Seven State Lodges' Land Grabbed, Says NLC

    The Star

    THE National Land Commission has begun investigations into how land belonging to seven State lodges across the country was grabbed. Read more »

September 03

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