This volume represents the first of two books dedicated to the topic of land as part of the Natural Resources Programme of Good Governance Africa (GGA), which emphasises enhanced governance, stewardship and sustainability, especially in respect of Africa’s non-renewable resources. GGA is a non-profit organisation focused on exploring and advancing the key governance principles of democracy, accountability and transparency, upholding the rule of law and respect for human rights.
The book launch and workshop were held on the 28th and 29th November 2017 at our offices in Rosebank.
GGA team gives feedback to the Mbizana community, 21 - 24 August 2017.
“The Transformative Impact of Information”.
Auditor-General Kimi Makwetu speaks at Good Governance Africa SADC Centre,
28 June 2017.
Following the workshop on Risk, Extraction and Ethics in November 2016, GGA hosted a number of stakeholders to open our new offices in Rosebank, Johannesburg.
Save South Africa People’s Assembly at the St Albans Cathedral, Pretoria. Civil society groups, business leaders, prominent individuals gathered to launch the SAVE SA campaign.
Oxford University Professor Willam Beinart presents on the land project at GGA’s offices.
A new compendium of statistical data, Africa Survey launch in Washington D.C. at the Corporate Council on Africa’s (CCA) offices on June 28
An open conversation critically discussing ethics, corruption, relationships and business enablement.
GGA/KAS Media Africa social media capacity-building workshop on the latest trends and key channels and how to use these to connect with audiences.
In February 2016, GGA launched the perceptions of national government survey and the Government Performance Index.
An event set to encourage dialogue about governance issues in Angola and Mozambique featuring academics, activists and journalists.
The launch of the book "Magnificent and Beggar Land: Angola Since the Civil War" by Oxford political scientist Ricardo Soares de Oliveira.