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Africa has the highest proportion of agricultural land deals in the world, according to Land Matrix. This means that independent growers face significant pressure on natural resources as well as raising the value of land beyond the reach of many, especially smallholder farmers. However, these challenges are compounded in countries which have historically poor practices in land tenure rights which can lead to lots of grievances resulting from land disputes, often caused by ‘land grabs’. Ultimately this severely impact growers’ livelihoods, especially in poor and vulnerable communities.


Sweet Success: Illovo Africa Supports Women’s Land Rights in Mozambique – 15 October 2019

2019-10-15

Incorporating potential female sugar cane farmers in Mozambique into the sector isn’t just about training, flood protection infrastructures and access to loans, but also land use rights…
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Zambia Sugar Plc – Change in Directorate – 31 July 2019

2019-08-01

In accordance with Section 3.59(b)…
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