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Claassens, A. & Cousins, B. (eds) Land, power & custom: Controversies generated by South Africa's Communal Land Rights Act (Cape Town: UCT Press, 2008).

Chapters in books

Claassens, A. 'Contested power and apartheid tribal boundaries: The implications of "living customary law" for indigenous accountability mechanisms' in H. Mostert & T. Bennett (eds) Pluralism & Development: Studies in Access to Property in Africa (Cape Town: Juta, 2011), 174-209. (Also published in Acta Juridica)

Claassens, A. 'Power, accountability and apartheid borders: the impact of recent laws on struggles over land rights' in A. Claassens & B. Cousins (eds) Land, Power & Custom: Controversies Generated by South Africa's Communal Land Rights Act (Cape Town: UCT Press, 2008), 262-292.

Claassens, A. 'Customary law and zones of chiefly sovereignty: the impact of government policy on whose voices prevail in the making and changing of customary law' in A. Claassens & B. Cousins (eds) Land, Power & Custom: Controversies Generated by South Africa's Communal Land Rights Act (Cape Town: UCT Press, 2008), 355-382.

Claassens, A & Gilfillan, D. 'The Kalkfontein land purchases: eighty years on and still struggling for ownership' in A. Claassens & B. Cousins (eds) Land, Power & Custom: Controversies Generated by South Africa's Communal Land Rights Act (Cape Town: UCT Press, 2008) 295-314.

Claassens, A & Ngubane, S. 'Women, land and power: the impact of the Communal Land Rights Act' in A. Claassens & B. Cousins (eds) Land, Power & Custom: Controversies Generated by South Africa's Communal Land Rights Act (Cape Town: UCT Press, 2008), 154-183.

Claassens, A with Hathorn, M. 'Stealing restitution and selling land allocations: Dixie, Mayaeyane and Makuleke' in A. Claassens & B. Cousins (eds) Land, Power & Custom: Controversies Generated by South Africa's Communal Land Rights Act (Cape Town: UCT Press, 2008) 315-352.

Mnisi Weeks, S. 'Securing women's property inheritance in the context of plurality: Negotiations of law and authority in Mbuzini customary courts and beyond' in H. Mostert & T. Bennett (eds) Pluralism & Development: Studies in Access to Property in Africa (Cape Town: Juta, 2011), 140-173. (Also published in Acta Juridica)

Mnisi Weeks, S. & Claassens, A. 'Tensions between Vernacular Values that Prioritise Basic Needs and State Versions of Customary Law that Contradict Them' in S. Liebenberg & G. Quinot (eds) Law and Poverty - Perspectives from South Africa and Beyond (Cape Town: Juta, 2012), 381-402.