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The index below offers access to a diverse collection of land-related publications and resources related specifically to this country, which have been classified by contributing organizations.
Country land legislations: NO entries
Treaties, laws and regulations on land and soil extracted from FAOLEX
Landesa Publications: 11 entries
Extracted from LandWise: A Women & Land Library, a project of the Landesa Center for Women's Land Rights
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In the matter between Molefi Silabo Ramantele and Edith Modipane Mmusi et alYear of Publication: 2013
Customary Law and Its Impact on Women's Rights, Children's Rights and LGBTI- People in Southern Africa: The Botswana ExampleYear of Publication: 2013
Statutory Recognition of Customary Land Rights in Africa: An Investigation into Best Practices for Lawmaking and ImplementationYear of Publication: 2010
Property Rights and Resource Governance Country Profile: BotswanaYear of Publication: 2010
Constitution of BotswanaYear of Publication: 2006
Marriage Law of BotswanaYear of Publication: 2001
Married Persons Property Act (MPPA) of BotswanaYear of Publication: 1971
Succession Act of BotswanaYear of Publication: 1970
Customary Law Act of BotswanaYear of Publication: 1969
Deeds Registry Act of BotswanaYear of Publication: 1960
Dissolution of Marriage of Persons Subject to Customary Law Act of BotswanaYear of Publication: 1926
Institute of Development Studies (IDS) Land Publications: 19 entries
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Botswana: Encouraging sustainable family sector agricultureDate of entry: 1997
Winners and losers: privatising the commons in BotswanaDate of entry: 2004
Carrying capacity, rangeland degredation and livestock development for the communal rangelands of BotswanaDate of entry: 1993
Range degradation in Botswana: Myth or reality?Date of entry: 1993
Comments on PDN papers 29a (Abel and Blaikie 1990) and 28b (Scoones 1989)Date of entry: 1990
Carrying capacity, rangeland degradation and livestock development for the communal rangelands of BotswanaDate of entry: 1993
Land degradation, stocking rates and conservation policies in the communal rangelands of Botswana and ZimbabweDate of entry: 1990
Current issues in cattle pricing and marketing in BotswanaDate of entry: 1985
The communal grazing cell experience in BotswanaDate of entry: 1987
A place to live: women's inheritance rights in AfricaDate of entry: 2005
Wild resources theme paper (sustainable livelihoods)Date of entry: 2001
Botswana National Land PolicyDate of entry: 2002
The World Bank on security and stability: The listening bank?Date of entry: 2003
Guest Editorial: Governing poverty in the new South Africa and beyondDate of entry: 2003
Lors de la campagne présidentielle, Ibrahim Boubacar Keita n’a pas caché sa volonté de trouver une solution aux problèmes fonciers. En zone rurale comme dans les zones urbaines, une chasse effroyable...
In many countries across Africa, the right of the firstborn male, or closest male relative, to inherit family property - is still standard practice. Women are denied the right to inherit the family...
Blantyre — Groups representing small-scale farmers, rural women and social activists from the countries of the Southern African Development Community, SADC, are asking the regional bloc to consider...
“In an unprecedented move branded ‘vindictive and repressive’, Botswana’s government has prevented British attorney Gordon Bennett from entering Botswana, where he was due to represent...
The report is the most comprehensive study of its kind to date, based on thousands of surveys, interviews, and other data collected across eight low and middle income countries. Situating public...
“Dozens of Botswana Bushmen threatened with eviction, reportedly because they live in an area proposed as a ‘wildlife corridor’, have won a significant court victory in their struggle to stay...
“At the present time, there are approximately 550 people in the Central Kalahari, and some 3,500 people in the three resettlement sites outside of the reserve. read more
On 9.9.1999, the Heads of State and Government of the Organisation of African Unity issued a Declaration (the Sirte Declaration) calling for the establishment of an African Union, with a view, inter...
“Government trucks arrived last night to evict Bushmen from their ancestral land in southern Botswana, according to reports received by Survival International. read more
“The Bushman community at Ranyane has allegedly been told by the local government that trucks will arrive on Monday to remove them from land they have inhabited for generations. Their houses...