The African National Congress (ANC) and the Impact of the Land Restoration Process in Democratic South Africa Since 1994: Socio-ecological Challenges to Poverty Alleviation?
The study interrogates the historical and ecological impact of land claims under the ANC’s rule in South Africa since 1998 and how this compromises the issue of poverty alleviation. The challenges of this venture will also be scrutinised in view of its impact on the livelihoods of poor South Africans. The study concludes with recommendations to government for handling the issue of land.
Source: Journal of Human Ecology 44(1): 45-51, Chitja Twala