"This collection is especially timely and valuable, following the 2005 Land Summit in South Africa. It provides a wonderfully rich mix of the ingredients needed for the rethink about land reform. An indispensable toolbox for struggles ahead." —Lionel Cliffe, emeritus professor, University of Leeds
"This compilation brings together a wealth of experience on land issues. The diversity of contributors has propelled the text beyond the contemporary discussion around land reform in South Africa." —Sue Mbaya, director, Southern African Regional Poverty Network
About the Author
Lungisile Ntsebeza is an associate professor of sociology at the University of Cape Town and a chief research specialist in the democracy and governance research program of the Human Sciences Research Council. He is currently working on agrarian movements in South Africa. Ruth Hall is a researcher for the Programme for Land and Agrarian Studies at the University of the Western CapeSouth Africa, where she is involved in research and policy engagement on land redistribution, land restitution, and farm-dweller tenure policy.