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Tuesday, 23 June, 2015 - 09:50
South Africans should balance the need to practice their cultures and the need to prioritise education because there will be no better future without education
In this article, the author sets out the definitions of agricultural land and outlines the regulatory framework contained in the Preservation and Development of Agricultural Land Framework Bill
Kagiso Trust, a NGO, hosted a panel discussion focusing on the future financial and funding models for NGOs
“Most business schools do not equip potential leaders with the awareness and tools to internalise the concept of corporate social responsibility,” writes Somaya Isaac
African nations appear reluctant to embrace the GM bandwagon that promises to fight hunger and poverty, writes Cheong 
PACSA Monthly Food Price Barometer finds that high rates of inflation on food exacerbate cycles of hunger, poverty and low-productivity in the workplace, schools and in homes
This article focuses on the Land Restitution Act and the potential challenges that government could face when dealing with various land claims in future
SA should not have rushed the Land Restitution Bill, which will not address restitution-related challenges but cement the power of the traditional leaders to whom the government was unable to deliver unfettered powers through the Traditional Courts...
Africa’s inability to act against climate change could contribute to high levels of food insecurity in the years to come
This article highlights the successes of agriculturally-focused projects that have created an opportunity for underprivileged people to support and sustain themselves
Citizens in rural areas seek meaningful consultation and governance in relation to land and mineral rights legislations, which continue to confine, set boundaries and impose restrictions
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