Leaping the fissures. Bridging
the gap between paper and real practice in setting up common property
institutions in land reform in South Africa.
Paper prepared for the CASS/PLAAS CBNRM Programme Programme 2nd Annual Regional
Meeting “Legal aspects of governance of CBNRM” 16 – 17 October 2000. By Tessa Cousins and Donna Hornby.
Looking before you leap. An analysis of some of the consequences of state devolution in land and resource tenure. Full text of paper presented at the CASS/PLAAS CBNRM Programme in Maputo, 8-10 October 2001. By Donna Hornby and Thelma Trench, with Rauri Alcock
Report on customary law research for LEAP. 2002. By Lyov Hassim.
Using local practices and records to secure
individual tenure rights in common property situations. Lessons from the case studies on what might
work on the ground. Paper written for the
Department of Land Affairs' National Land Tenure Conference, 26-30 November,
2001, Durban. By: Ndabezinhle Ziqubu,
Tessa Cousins and Donna Hornby.
land matters – a look into land administration in tribal areas in KwaZulu-Natal. 2004. By Rauri Alcock
and Donna Hornby.
Barking dogs and building bridges: A
contribution to making sense of Hernando de Soto’s ideas in our context. Paper
for Wits workshop on “The perpetual challenge of informal settlements”, 8-10 November
2004. By Lauren Royston.
Securing tenure at Ekuthuleni . Paper presented at the PPDC-LEAP Symposium “Aligning development planning with communal tenure arrangements – in the context of changing legislation” 9 September 2004. By Donna Hornby.
pegs for round holes? Some questions
relating to the emerging Land Management Frameworks in South Africa. Paper presented at the symposium on Aligning development planning with communal
tenure arrangements in the context of changing
legislation in South Africa. Co-hosted
by: Kwazulu-Natal Provincial Planning
and Development Commission (PPDC) & Legal Entity Assessment Project (LEAP), 9 September 2004. By Rosalie Kingwill.
community based governance of wetlands: The tenure arrangements and land
management system in Craigieburn. Prepared
for the LEAP learning symposium, Cape Town, November 2007. By Tessa Cousins, Sharon Pollard, Judith de
Wolf, Jester Mabooyi and Derick du Toit.
Governing wetlands in the commons: the challenges to management of complex systems. Paper delivered to the IASC Biennial Conference, Cheltenham, England, 2008: ‘Governing shared resources: connecting local experience to global challenges.’ By T Cousins and SR Pollard
Tools for enforcement. Legal tools for the enforcement of legislation associated with natural resource use in communal lands in South Africa. March 2010. By Madeleine Sinclair and Derick du Toit.
and Enforcement Compliance with Environmental Legislation in South Africa. A case study of a clay brick factory in Bushbuckridge. August 2008. By Madeleine Sinclair for AWARD and LEAP.
Will formalising property rights reduce poverty
in South Africa’s ‘second economy’? Questioning the mythologies of Hernando de
Soto. PLAAS Policy Brief No.18 October 2005. By Ben
Cousins, Tessa Cousins, Donna Hornby, Rosalie Kingwill, Lauren Royston and
The changing face of
rural tenure. AFRA News No. 52. February
2002. Several authors
Applying new approaches in setting up legal entities. Experience at St Bernards and Amandushill. December 2003. By Thelma Trench
Legislation in relation to land, water and natural resource governance in communal land in South Africa. Working Report for the Craigieburn Wetlands Governance Project. June 2007. Tessa Cousins, Sharon Pollard and Derick du Toit.
Harmonising policy and practice: Governance, integrated development planning
and capacity development for natural resource management in the Sand river
Catchment and Bohlabela Municipal District. Prepared by Sharon
Pollard & Derick du Toit, Save the Sand Project, for CARE South-Africa
Lesotho. March 2005.
and practices in a communal land tenure regime: emerging findings from the Mchunu tribal
area. CAP-LEAP project on Imithetho yomhlaba
yaseMsinga (‘the land laws of Msinga’).
Prepared for the LEAP symposium, Goedgedacht, Nov 6-8 2007. By Ben Cousins and Makhosi Mwheli.
Assessing common property institutions in the
South African countryside. Paper presented to the Eighth Biennial Conference of the International
Association for the Study of Common Property (IASCP), Bloomington, Indiana
USA, 31st May -
4th June 2000. By Christine MacDonald.
Communal Property Associations in Crisis. Presentation to the Civil Society Forum on Land and Agrarian Reform. 22 August 2000. By Tessa Cousins.
Looking before you leap. An analysis of some of the consequences of state devolution in land and resource tenure. Presentation at the CASS/PLAAS CBNRM Programme in Maputo, 8-10 October 2001. By Donna Hornby and Thelma Trench, with Rauri Alcock
Common property institutions: Improving and assessing organisational performance in providing security of tenure. Presentation at IASCP Conference June 2002. By Legal Entity Assessment Project (LEAP).
Back to Basics: Perspectives on Land Management Concepts. Paper prepared for the LEAP/KZN DPC Symposium. September 2004. By Lauren
Revisiting the formal and informal land tenure divide.
Presentation at Afesis-Corplan seminar
on urban land access & tenure, East London, 14 April 2005. By Rosalie Kingwill.
Seeking equilibrium. Land Rights Adjudication in off-register, formalising and non-formal contexts in South Africa. Presentation at Expert Group Meeting on secure land tenure: 'New legal frameworks and tools' UN-Gigiri in Nairobi, Kenya, 10-12 November 2004. By Rosalie Kingwill, LEAP-Mbumba Development Services.
Imithetho Yomhlaba yaseMsinga. (The Land Laws of Msinga). What are we finding out? Presentation of initial findings.
Securing tenure at Ekuthuleni. Presentation, September 2004. By Donna Hornby.
Resource governance. Why is it important? By AWARD.
taolo. Ke ka baka la eng go le bohlokwa? By AWARD.
& governance. Why is it
important? A visual case study from the Craigieburn
Wetlands of the Sand River Catchment, South Africa. By Tessa Cousins,
Derick du Toit & Sharon Pollard.
Governance of wetland resources... who is doing what? By AWARD and Leap.