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Land reform under fire – govt agenda disadvantages most vulnerable

By Melusi Ncala and Mashudu MasuthaFirst published in The Star The recent legislative amendments throughout the South African land reform space have also failed to full the constitutional obligation to provide adequate housing and protection of ownership rights. This has caused serious discontent among the destitute in urban and periurban areas as well as the Read more >

CW: corrections to letter published on our website

STATEMENT ON INACCURACIES IN CORRUPTION WATCH LETTER TO MINISTER OF AGRICULTURE, LAND REFORM AND RURAL DEVELOPMENT On 7 August 2019 Corruption Watch addressed a letter to the minister of Agriculture, Land Reform and Rural Development detailing an apparent abuse of the disciplinary processes within the department. In the letter we referred to a number of Read more >

Dept of agriculture and land reform needs a clean-up

By Deborah Mutemwa-Tumbo and Caroline JamesFirst published on Daily Maverick South Africa’s labour laws have been weaponised against people of integrity to facilitate corruption and state capture. The Commission of Inquiry into Allegations of State Capture (Zondo Commission) remains the story dominating news headlines in South Africa, and as one high-profile figure after another reveals Read more >