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The Unresolved National Question: The Land Debate

When: Thursday, 08 November 2018 - Thursday, 08 November 2018
Where: Parktown Management Campus
Wits Business School, 2 St Davids Place, Parktown, Johannesburg
Start time:17:30
Enquiries:

arabo.ewinyu@wits.ac.za 

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arabo.ewinyu@wits.ac.za 

The Southern Centre for Inequality Studies (SCIS) and the Thabo Mbeki Foundation invite you to a panel discussion on the national land debate.

Title: The Unresolved National Question: The Land Debate

Speakers:

  • Mavuso Msimang, Chairperson of the Boards of Corruption Watch and iSimangaliso Wetland Park
  • Dr Aninka Claassens, Director of the Land & Accountability Research Centre (LARC), Faculty of Law, University of Cape Town
  • Adv. Tembeka Ngcukaitobi, South African lawyer, public speaker, author, political activist and a member of the South African Law Reform Commission (SALRC)

Moderator:

Professor Edward Webster, the interim Director of the SCIS

Topics of discussion:

  • A political history overview of South Africa's land debate
  • Structural barriers to equitably distributing the land
  • Feasible solutions under the current Constitution.

Date: Thursday, 8 November 2018  Time: 17:30 for 18:00  Venue: Wits Business School

About the Centre

The Southern Centre for Inequality Studies is the first research institute of its kind in the global South. It draws on the intellectual resources of Wits University, and partner institutions in South Africa and beyond, to host a truly interdisciplinary research and policy project focusing on understanding and addressing inequality in the global South. Although there are a number of centres for the study of inequality worldwide, they are almost exclusively in the global north, and in the United Kingdom, and United States in particular. We believe that there are distinct drivers and characteristics of inequality in the South. 

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