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Author: Mnqobi Ngubane

’s income, a farm worker in timber plantations, and the only breadwinner in the family. For Mr Y, the land restitution process has certainly raised hopes for a new life, better than what he had previously as a labour tenant whose livestock accumulation was restricted to specific herd numbers, living on a

In: Land Reform Revisited

; Goebel, 2005 ; Walker, 2008 ; Aliber, 2015 ) was the depiction of the fast-track reforms as a politically motivated land grab. The structural inequality inherent in the colonial-era agrarian structure inherited at independence in 1980 was largely ignored. Additionally, its redistributive aspect

In: Land Reform Revisited
Author: Nerhene Davis

of the proposed land transfer and the ability of the community to cope with its new responsibilities. The potential impact that the ‘inadequate’ management of newly restored land would have on the local economy was a key motivator to consider private sector involvement. Shared equity with a partner

In: Land Reform Revisited
Author: Ariadne Schmidt

5.1 Patterns of Crime in Leiden and Gouda In both Amsterdam and Rotterdam, the ports determined the economic activity and the social fabric of everyday life. Yet whereas the industrial sectors in the maritime communities were varied, Gouda and Leiden were characterised by a

In: Prosecuting Women

under the Moonsie Scholarship Awards. This annual scheme, organised by Dr. Franklin Moonsie, targets families living below the poverty line. 28 Rural schools have also been providing a positive learning environment and sound academic foundation. For instance, at Biche Presbyterian School, the teachers

In: Beyond the Legacy of the Missionaries and East Indians
Author: Nanny Kim

representations of transporters as poor drifters eking out a living on the margins of society, and reinforced by outside views on poverty, it might be assumed that the transport trade was founded on an exploited and marginalised labour force. Circumstantial evidence in earlier chapters of specialised skills

In: Mountain Rivers, Mountain Roads: Transport in Southwest China, 1700‐1850

abandoned. Nobody organises him, nobody teaches him; his whole political life – at least thus far – consists of being part of a herd of voters who elect the fence posts that keep the herd corralled. What the Worker Expects from Parliament! Parliament will not end the suffering of working people overnight

In: Austro-Marxism: The Ideology of Unity. Volume II
Author: Ariadne Schmidt

London, which according to the authors might be explained by the distinct economic life of the town that drove many married women and widows into criminality. 793 The aim of this book is to obtain a better understanding of the large shares of women prosecuted by the criminal courts in early modern

In: Prosecuting Women
Author: Ariadne Schmidt

minimum needed to survive. Wives of sailors belonged to the poorest segment of the population. 153 Like Amterdam, Rotterdam was a city crowded by women living alone and bearing alone the responsibility for maintaining their families and themselves. 2.2.2 Industrial Cities Leiden

In: Prosecuting Women

civilizational crisis that is part of a secular cycle of decadence, not only of capitalism as a form of accumulation and exploitation of the labor force, but as a mode of production and life, in whose heart Humankind no longer has any future or, if it has one, it will be within barbarism, its own extinction (see

In: United States in a World in Crisis