Angela Conway* discusses the difficulties and the successes gained with organising farm workers and dwellers in the Eastern and Southern Cape.
Moorson discusses militarisation of poverty in Africa in the context of declining agricultural economies, some of which stretch back 3500 years ago.
Mariam Mayet* critically discusses the SA govenment’s role in the promotion of genetically modified agriculture that will undermine farming in South Africa and Africa and contribute of food insecurity.
In this article Angela Conway* looks at how capital accumulation has been changing in the countryside and the organisations that have emmerged recently to challenge it.
In this article Lali Naidoo* looks at liberalisation in Agriculture and its impact on farm workers
Mafata Mogodi* observes that farm workers have been among the biggest victims of Mugabe’s human rights abuses and argues that the global justice movement has neglected these experiences.
A national workshop in 2006 looked at the position of farm dwellers in South Africa and put forward demands for an alternative framework for land reform.