Small-scale fishers and coastal communities participated in the Alternative Mining Indaba where they shared their experiences of corporate greed with communities affected by mining.
The protesting farmers, with the support of the broader community in India, are fighting for the security of government-regulated markets for their produce.
The measures taken by government to slow the spread of COVID-19 have unmasked the face of racialised and gendered inequalities hiding in the folds of democracy.
Ben Cousins argues that the land redistribution should benefit small-scale farmers.
Speaking at a public seminar organised by PLAAS, Professor Ruth Hall from the University of the Western Cape argued that there is no need to change the Constitution to allow for expropriation of land without compensation.