Date: February 23rd 2016
Source: Business Tech
Changes in property ownership in South Africa have been nothing short of dramatic in the last two decades and is one of the biggest success stories, but is never brought to the fore, economist Mike Schussler told Fin24.
Date: February 21st 2016
Source: AllAfrica.com / The Citizen
Land disputes involving farmers, pastoralists and investors have been plaguing Tanzania for years.
Cases are numerous in land tribunals and even the High Court. So serious are such misunderstandings that people have been killed or injured, livestock wounded, homes set alight, farms destroyed and hostilities lingered.
By: Aaron Maasho
Date: February 22nd 2016
Source: Mail Online / Reuters
ADDIS ABABA, Feb 22 (Reuters) - Ethiopia continues to crack down on demonstrators in its vast Oromiya region some four months after protests began over plans to develop an economic zone on what is now farmland around the capital, Human Rights Watch said on Monday.