The Mining & Trusts programme, funded by the Ford Foundation, was launched in 2014 to assist mine-hosting communities in the former homelands who have not received meaningful benefits from mining taking place on their land.
A series of recent laws and policies attempt to give traditional authorities unaccountable powers to administer justice, manage natural resources like land and minerals, and control development in the former homeland areas of South Africa.
Kwa-Zulu Natal
The Constitution provides for various land rights, including the right to restitution and to equitable access to land. Section 25(6) creates a right to tenure security for those whose rights are legally insecure as the result of past discrimination...
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Tuesday, 23 July 2019
LARC attends Corruption Watch Roundtable

LARC land researchers Ms. Nokwanda Sihlali and Ms. Zenande Booi attended a Corruption Watch roundtable on the 13th of May alsongside other civil society organisations such as PLAAS, Ndifuna uKwazi, Phuhlisani, Development Action Group and others. 

Publication Date:
Mon, 13 May 2019 - 13:45
LARC attends Fort Hare Friday Seminar Series

LARC director Ms. Nolundi Luwaya and LARC researcher Nokwanda Sihlali were invited by the Sociology Department at Fort Hare to attend the second of the Fort Hare Friday Seminar Series on the 26 April 2019.

Publication Date:
Fri, 26 Apr 2019 - 08:45
LARC attends Women's Land Summit

LARC director Ms. Nolundi Luwaya and LARC researcher Nokwanda Sihlali were invited to attend the Women's Land Summit 11th of April hosted by and held at STIAS. 

Publication Date:
Thu, 11 Apr 2019 - 09:00
LARC Director on SABC's Democracy Gauge

On Wednesday 3 April LARC Director Nolundi Luwaya appeared on the SABCs new programme Democracy Gauge.


Publication Date:
Wed, 03 Apr 2019 - 15:15