Young people, land and agriculture in Zimbabwe: big challenges ahead

A new paper based on our work with young people in post-land land reform resettlement areas is out in the journal, Review of African Political Economy. You can read...

Robert Mugabe: a complex legacy

Robert Mugabe died on September 6th in Singapore after a long illness, and the press has been full...

South Africa’s land report: Zimbabwe lessons?

South Africa’s land panel finally produced its report at the end of July. At 144 pages it’s an...

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Zimbabweland is taking a break for a few weeks, so it’ a good time to catch...

Boris as PM: it’s no laughing matter

African leaders from across the continent have dutifully congratulated Boris Johnson on becoming the new British...

What are ‘appropriate technologies’? Pathways for mechanising African agriculture

Capital goods are essential for agriculture, whether for tillage, irrigation or threshing. Mechanisation of agriculture is...

Responding to uncertainty: who are the experts?

Uncertainties are everywhere, part of life. But how to respond? Who are the experts? ...

Why radical land reform is needed in the UK

Half of the land is owned by 1% of the people. Getting information on who owns...

Turning the populist tide: what are the alternatives?

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