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At first glance, there is much to like about Tanzania’s proposed draft National Land Policy 2016. It provides strong statements on equal access to land for both women and men and it has, for the first time in the history of Tanzania, recognized the rights of the most marginalized and indigenous...

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What can be done to secure poor rural people’s rights to land and water they depend on for their livelihoods, and what must be done to ensure that women’s access and tenure is secured?

These questions are at the centre of a new multi-country action research project on...

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In a place less travelled, deep in the valley of the Klein Letaba River in South Africa, is a place where village life still beats to the old drums of Africa, even as ears now tune in to palpable rhythms from distant urban-scapes; landscapes too far to imagine… Amid the changing repertoire...

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Is there any concept in rangeland science more controversial than Allan Savory’s Holistic Management® approach? It is controversial in terms of the broad claims made and...

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In the State of the Nation Address (SONA) delivered on 12 February 2015 President Zuma acknowledged the need to revitalize agriculture in his nine-point plan to kick-start the economy towards job creating growth. This is easier said than done. Trends in the agricultural sector show that the...

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