Posted in Environmental Rights Human Rights Land

Celebrating the life of Sobukwe with moves towards real land reform in South Africa

Today marks the anniversary of the 94th year since Sobukwe one of our most visionary and influential leaders was born. It also follows the Parliamentary vote to address the Constitution to see about resolving the unfair distribution of land ownership.

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Posted in Ecology Human Rights Land

‘They’re killing us’: world’s most endangered tribe cries for help

Original article Logging companies keen to exploit Brazil’s rainforest have been accused by human rights organisations of using gunmen to wipe out the Awá, a tribe of just 355. Survival International, with backing from Colin…

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Posted in Ecology Human Rights Land Mining Politics

Xolobeni an important victory in a long struggle

On the one side there are big mining companies and politicians who are interested in exploiting the resources of the land and on the other side there are communities and natural habitats which are threatened…

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