You are here

News

Subscribe to our News RSS Feed
by UNEP in 2016
Water pollution has worsened since the 1990s in more than 50 per cent of river stretches in the Global South. This is the result that the study “A Snapshot of the World’s Water Quality: Towards a global assessment”, arrives at. The study is the work of more than 40 authors who were commissioned by...
by Sustainable Agriculture (SV NAREN), on behalf of the German Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ) in 2016
Agrobiodiversity plays a crucial role in food security and nutrition, as well as in the provision of environmental services and livelihoods. It is critical to the sustainability, resilience and adaptability of agricultural production systems. To promote awareness and share knowledge on conservation...
by Amelia Genis, Landbou.com in 2016
This is a brief report of a debate between Prof Ben Cousins (PLAAS) and Mr Lububalo Ntsholo of the EFF that was held at UWC last week. Ntsholo was clear that that the land was stolen from people in South Africa from the beginning of white settlers' arrival and that it was not therefore necessary to...
by Charles Ogallo-Mombasa, The Coast in 2016
More than 500 women in Mombasa marched to the peak of Nguu Tatu Hills which is situated at Mwakirunge area on Thursday to demand for their rights to land ownership. The march was part of the ongoing ‪#‎women2kilimanjaro Land Campaign, where the women proclaimed their charter of demands and...
by Nomboniso Gasa, Cape Talk 567 in 2016
Gasa spoke to Tracey Randle, head of CAPE HERSTORIAN, about the relationship between land, property and women. Gasa also looked at the role of women in the rural economy with Gloria Serobe, founding member and Executive Director of WIPHOLD and CEO of Wipcapital. WIPHOLD is focused on agri-business...

Pages