Frameworks on land rights need to evolve and be updated
Author: Kwanele Sosibo
The issue of land ownership and the rights to land should not be “put into a rural box” for nongovernmental organisations to deal with, according to experts. Rather, common ground should be sought between affected communities and the wider society.
The Wits Institute for Social and Economic Research’s (Wiser’s) third panel in its series of Public Positions on History and Politics took on the issue of land ownership and rights to land. On Monday evening, the politically motivated colonial assumptions affecting land claims were debated.
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