Tshintsha Amakhaya | Land Portal
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Acronym: 
TA
Focal point: 
Sithandiwe Yeni

Ubicación

Surplus People's Project
266 Lower Main Road Salt River
7925 Cape Town , Western Cape
Sudáfrica
Western Cape ZA
Working languages: 
inglés

Tshintsha Amakhaya is a civil society alliance for land and food justice in South Africa. Rural women and men stand united in solidarity to advance their rights and secure livelihoods.

Our members are farm workers, farm dwellers, smallholder farmers, fisher folk, forest dwellers, livestock keepers, people on communal land and people on church land

Tshintsha Amakhaya Resources

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Materiales institucionales y promocionales
Julio, 2017
Sudáfrica

Debates about land redistribution from white farm owners to black hands tend to be silent on the question of farm dwellers. This is despite the fact that over two million black people are estimated to be living on commercial farms. Many residents have lived on commercial farms for generations, and they are arguing that their plight should be at the centre of land debates, and that redistribution of commercial farmlands must deliver primarily to them. By SITHANDIWE YENI. 


Library Resource
Materiales institucionales y promocionales
Abril, 2017
Sudáfrica

The dominant debates about land in South Africa often focus on the transfer of land from a few white hands to the black majority. The discussion seldom unpacks who constitutes the “black majority” as this is not a homogeneous group. In instances where the debate touches on land use, again the focus is often limited to agricultural production and whether or not small-scale farmers are productive. This narrow framework clearly has to be broadened and we need to ask deeper and more strategic questions than the ones we have been asking.

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Informes e investigaciones
Enero, 2017
Sudáfrica

Tshintsha Amakhaya (TA) is an action learning platform for civil society organisations that support local community struggles in land and agrarian reform. Through action research, campaigns, and building active participation, the TA alliance seeks to enhance rural people’s capacity to secure and realise their livelihoods and rights and to promote alternative models of land tenure and agricultural production for food sovereignty.

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Documentos de conferencias e informes
Enero, 2017
África austral

A community submission to the Chief Director of  The Department of Rural Development and Land Reform Policy Research and Legislation, Mr S Ogunronbi, on the Green Paper on Land Reform in East London - 23 November 2011.

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Documentos de política y resúmenes
Políticas Nacionales
Enero, 2017
Sudáfrica

On 11 November 2011, representatives of 18 community organisations and 12 non-governmental organisations from around South Africa met in Balgowan in the KwaZulu-Natal Midlands to discuss the Green Paper on Land Reform released by the Department of Rural Development and Land Reform.

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