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It is generally accepted by scholars of Africa that what came to be known as customary law was the result of an interaction between indigenous and colonial elites, each manipulating an awkward system for their own ends. In this regard the powers assigned to chiefs by the colonial states of South...
This paper deals with the evolution of the land tenure system, and the prospects for tenure reform in one of South Africa's black communal areas. It is based on a case study of the Arabie-Olifants irrigation scheme, located approximately 20 kilometres south of Lebowakgomo in the former...
The paradigm of ‘Sustainable Rural Livelihoods’ or ‘Sustainable Livelihoods’ has rapidly developed a significant influence on the way in which research projects on poverty and livelihoods are conceived and carried out. In Britain, this impetus is associated largely with the research funding...
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