Friday, August 12 2022

Temba Bavuma & Co. all smiles as South Africa land in Delhi for 1st T20I against India

Robert L. Rikard

South African players have landed in Delhi for the 1st T20I. Photo: Twitter HIGHLIGHTS South African players have landed in […]

Read More

Why protecting land and biodiversity in Africa is everyone’s business

Robert L. Rikard

In a world marked by an increasingly rapid cycle of news, conflict and division, there are rare moments when there […]

Read More

Here’s how to reverse land degradation in Africa

Robert L. Rikard

From South Africa to Kenya, Africa is rapidly losing healthy land – but solutions are emerging By Nita Bhalla and […]

Read More

Decolonizing “Afrophobic Assumptions” in African Land Policies

Robert L. Rikard

Uchendu Eugene Chigbu Africa is a complex continent. It has a population made up of Africans and others of European […]

Read More

South Africa’s Land Bank seeks to emerge from default by the end of March

Robert L. Rikard

(Bloomberg) – South Africa’s biggest lender to farmers is seeking to emerge from debt default by the end of March, […]

Read More

Amazon founder to pledge more than 856 million euros for land restoration in Africa

Robert L. Rikard

Amazon founder Jeff Bezos is about to pledge 856 million euros for land restoration in Africa. At an event at […]

Read More

Amazon founder to pledge over £ 700million for land restoration in Africa

Robert L. Rikard

A Amazon founder Jeff Bezos is set to pledge £ 732million for land restoration in Africa. The fund has pledged […]

Read More

Rwanda to host conference on land policies in Africa

Robert L. Rikard

By staff reporter RWANDA will host this year’s edition of the Conference on Land Policy in Africa (CLPA), which will […]

Read More

Most tears come from the land of Africa

Robert L. Rikard

By Charles Onyango-Obbo The violence in Laikipia County, at first glance, is sparked by drought-stricken nomads seeking pasture on green […]

Read More

How a land reform agency could break South Africa’s land redistribution deadlock

Robert L. Rikard

South African President Cyril Ramaphosa has conceded that the country’s land reform program is taking too long to meet the […]

Read More