Malawi's New Land Law Only Good on Paper for Women
A government official, Duncan Chione from the Ministry of Lands, Housing and Urban Development has said the new land law which came into effect in 2018 is still facing resistance because men continue to grab land from women. He said that "Issues of land grabbing when a spouse dies are common in villages across the country. Such challenges are connected to cultures and traditions".
New Land Law Will Reduce Disputes
Malawi News Agency, 9 July 2019
Team leader for Land Reforms Implementation Unit (LRIU) in the Ministry of Lands, Housing and Urban Development, Davie Chilonga has said the new land law will ease land conflicts… Read more »
'New Land Law to Promote Welfare, Dignity of Women'
Nyasa Times, 19 March 2018
LandNet, a non governmental organization (NGO) affiliated in issues of land governance, has hailed government for the enactment of Land Act, a Law it observed will safeguard and… Read more »