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[Colonialism in much of Africa shaped the way in which indigenous communities acquired and utilized land. It impacted negatively on traditional structures that sustained land ownership and its use. At the end of colonialism, new contestations arose to meet the needs of land users and claimants....
[The chapter captures the policy implications of land reform in Africa. It is pertinent to engage in conventional scholarship on the motivations and trajectories of land policies in the immediate post-colonial Africa. Some of the discourses have failed to capture the developmental realities of...
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