2 edition of Land Reform and Tenure in Southern Africa found in the catalog.
Land Reform and Tenure in Southern Africa
University of Zimbabwe.
by Documentation Unit University of Zimbabwe
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||213|
With the end of the apartheid regime in South Africa in , the newly elected government introduced a programme of land reform. This had three components: * land redistribution, * land restitution and * land tenure reform. Following the elections of , a new Minister for Agriculture and Land Affairs. Land tenure reform is a system of recognizing people's right to own land and therefore control of the land. Redistribution is the most important component of land reform in South Africa.  Initially, land was bought from its owners (willing seller) by the government (willing buyer) and redistributed, in order to maintain public confidence in.
Whereas expropriation centres around handing land over to the state, the laws of reform refer to land tenure and the rightful returning of property to a former owner. Land reform Author: Tom Head. Free download from ww p ress. 1 Introduction Ruth Hall and Lungisile Ntsebeza Background From 25 to 27 March , the Harold Wolpe Memorial Trust (HWMT) hosted a conference entitled ‘The Land Question in South Africa: The Challenge of Transformation and Redistribution’ at the Victoria and Alfred Waterfront in Cape Town. Access to land is increasingly becoming a problem in Africa as a result both of population growth and tenure reforms. The standard argument for tenure reform centres on the role of uncertainty in discouraging investment on land held without long-term security.
Access to and tenure of land were among the most important concerns of the Namibian people in their struggle for independence. The land problem in Namibia is a direct result of the land policy of the apartheid colonial system that created imbalances in property relations in the territory. The colonial policy of property relations, including land tenure and access to land, were based on Cited by: 2. Get this from a library! Land reform and tenure in Southern Africa: current practices, alternatives, and prospects. [Mabel Munyuki-Hungwe; University of . Unpacking the various forms of land ownership. December South Africa’s land ownership has taken various forms since the Dutch East India Company established the Cape Colony in The property laws that govern the ownership of land changed from this beginning and became heavily influenced by English property law and principles as the.
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SyntaxTextGen not activatedBotswana, Lesotho, Malawi, Mozambique, South Africa and Pdf. Land tenure experts critically pdf the draft report at an Ad Hoc Expert Group Meeting on Land Tenure Systems and Sustainable Development in Southern Africa held 1 - 3 Octoberin Lusaka, Zambia, and their comments have been incorporated into this report.
FindingsFile Size: KB.A title deed = tenure download pdf. Or does it? This book challenges this simple equation and its apparently self-evident assumptions.
It argues that two very different property paradigms characterise South Africa. The first is the dominant paradigm of private property, referred to as an ‘edifice’, against which all other property regimes are measured and ranked.
Land reform in South Africa, Zimbabwe, Namibia, and Mozambique is quite distinctive in ebook ways, ebook typical in others. It is distinctive in its focus on breaking up large and productive farms.
It is somewhat muted in rural struggles and hence its state-driven character, with Zimbabwe as a partial exception.