What is the agenda of the rural land social movements in post apartheid South Africa?: a case study of the Tenure Security Coordinating Committee (TSCC)
Mkhize, Siphesihle Ceswell
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This was an original case study that aimed to locate South African post-apartheid rural land social movements within existing theoretical approaches. The land social movements organize around land rights and access for landless people and for those whose land rights are weak or threatened. The study analyzed conditions contributing to the emergence of land social movements in the post-apartheid South Africa and struggle methods they employ, using a case study of the Tenure Security Coordinating Committee in KwaZulu-Natal.