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French national rail strike disrupts freight to and from major ports


PARIS, Apr 28 (GCTL18) – French rail freight has being disrupted across France and at its major seaports as a week-long strike continued with no sign of settlement, reports IHS Media. 281 more words


Tired of Waiting

by Rebekka Stredwick

“The people are tired, so tired of waiting….”

David Mncwabe and Sthembiso Mahlaba wait anxiously for news from the Land Claims Court in Randburg, South Africa. 1,046 more words

Land News

A Land in Limbo: Hope Deferred

“We remember the farm workers and labour tenants uprooted from the land,” Nelson Mandela, Howick, 1996

By Rebekka Stredwick

To mark both South African Human Rights Day and the 20th anniversary of the signing into law of the Land Reform (Labour Tenants) Act by President Nelson Mandela, we have commissioned a series of photographs to tell the stories of some of the labour tenants waiting for their claims to be processed for the land on which they, their parents and their grandparents have lived and worked. 762 more words

Land News

Spesifikasi Bergo Afra

On model : bergo afra, warna toska muda

Harga Jilbab Afra BERGO (pakai pet/TOPI) :
S 35.000
S-M 40.000
L-XL 45.000
2XL 50.000
3XL 55.000… 95 more words


Beyond Parity: Securing Women’s Rights to Land

First published on the Association For Rural Advancement (AFRA) website. 

As International Women’s Day 2016 draws to a close, I find myself reflecting on the power of global solidarity, and the sense of instant connection and shared purpose that social media provides. 1,847 more words

Social Analysis

Residents waiting desperately for help

Down a grass covered track on Jindon Farm, less than a kilometre from the Umshwathi Municipality offices, a painfully thin Gogo (granny) sits dejected on the damp floor of a mud house. 836 more words

Land News

Farm dwellers demand Land Claims Court act against “Contemptuous Minister”

Minister Gugile Nkwinti and the Department of Rural Development & Land Reform once again find themselves in hot water at the Land Claims Court with South Africa’s labour tenants. 839 more words

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