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The immediate and forthcoming disruptions of food production, value chains and access to food in South Africa due to confinement measures to contain the spread of Covid-19 create enormous food security risks for already vulnerable households. Nearly half of all households across the country already experienced hunger or insufficient daily food prior to the Covid-19 […]
Uma kukhona abalimi abaxosha abahlali basemapulazini ngalesisikhathi sokuvalwa #Lockdown baphula umthetho! Xhumana nathi uma lokhu kwenzeka.
A group of 27 social justice organisations has issued an urgent call for a moratorium on evictions during the Covid-19 state of disaster, raising concerns that evictions would lead to “displacement and homelessness” as the virus spreads across the country. Last Sunday, President Cyril Ramaphosa declared a national state of disaster following an increase in the number […]
AFRA has been monitoring the COVID-19 situation and the advice given by various authorities, including the World Health Organisation and national Governments. Having carefully considered all this and the fact that the situation is still evolving, AFRA has put into place measures to try and reduce/ minimize the risk of transmission of the virus to […]
In partnership with ReRouting Arts Festival and the Association for Rural Advancement (AFRA), Dr Gcina Mhlophe will be working with a group of female farm workers, from around the uMgungundlovu area. These women are part of our PMB community and yet their stories are largely untold and unheard by the general public. AFRA is a […]
Any amendments to Section 25 of South Africa’s Constitution needed to prioritise the protection of the land rights of farm dwellers and those living on traditional authority lands. This was according to the written submission made recently by the Association for Rural Advancement (AFRA) to the ad hoc committee currently evaluating public input with regard […]
AFRA SUBMISSION ON THE CONSTITUTION EIGHTEENTH AMENDMENT BILL 2020
Formal Litigation has proven to be technical in nature, it is expensive, time-consuming and adversarial and it often exacerbates an already difficult situation. At the end of a typical land dispute litigation it is difficult to point out the winner; the legal costs can be crippling, resulting to uncertainty which can paralyze business and the […]