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Urban land grabbing and its implications to sustainable urban development a reflection from Oshitayi area, Ondangwa (Namibia)
(University of the Free State, 2016-04)
Land grabbing is not new as this concept can be traced back through centuries of human history all over the world. Throughout the world, land either in rural or in urban areas, was subjected to some form of grabbing. The ...
The sustainability of housing built under the “breaking new grounds” housing policy: a case study of Carr Gardens, Johannesburg
(University of the Free State, 2015)
English: The housing challenge in South Africa is complex and often political. The post- apartheid government has to efficiently use scare resources to provide housing for poor South Africans. On the one hand, the state ...