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Robert Mugabe on aspects of Zimbabwean foreign and domestic policies

This is the complete transcript of an interview given by the Prime Minister of Zimbabwe, the Hon. Robert Mugabe on 28 January, 1981, to Jonathan Kapstein, Africa editor for Business Week. Mr Mugabe was questioned on his views of South Africa, the p…

Land and Agrarian Reform in South Africa

"In order to achieve these objectives, the first step is a report on the current state of land and agrarian reform in the respective countries taking part in the study. In the case of South Africa, as with many of the other countries, the task is a …

Rural Land Redistribution in South Africa: Contrasting Visions and Models

There is widespread agreement that land reform in South Africa is in deep trouble. However, there are very different perspectives on what should be done to address the failure to meaningfully redistribute land and resolve the land questions. This po…

How can we Promote a Range of Livelihood Opportunities through Land Redistribution?

This position paper sketches an approach to improving land redistribution in South Africa in which the broad aim is to use redistribution to create a range of livelihood opportunities, in meaningful numbers, in proportion to the understood need. The…

Principles and Practice for Successful Farmland Redistribution in South Africa

The current debate on land reform in South Africa is unnecessarily polarised between who believe that the market has failed to deliver, and those who believe that the market has failed to deliver. Instead we propose a 'state-incentivised but priva…

Assessing Potential for Employment-intensive Land Reform in South Africa

This policy brief focuses on the potential contribution of redistributive land reform to employment creation. The research questions are: What are the promising commodities with the potential to create sustained livelihood and employment opportuniti…

Conceptualising Finance to Support Labour-intensive Land Redistribution

This paper seeks to provide an overview and understanding of how South Africa’s smallholder farmers and small-scale black commercial farmers (‘SFs & SSBCFs’) presently finance their agricultural operations (excluding land acquisition), with a view t…

Boost Growth and Gender Equality in South Africa Through Rural Development Investment

The population of South Africa faces the triple challenges of high levels of inequality, unemployment and poverty, with those living in rural areas and women being the most affected. The need for rural development as a strategy to improve the socio-…

Employment-intensive Land Reform in South Africa: Presenting Key Policy Recommendations from a CBPEP Research Study

The Capacity Building Programme for Employment Promotion (CBPEP) is an EU-funded initiative aimed at assisting the Government of South Africa to attain its goal of reducing unemployment, by building state and institutional capacity. The CBPEP seeks …

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