Tanzanian ex-PM loses farm, accused by government of leaving land 'idle'
Since his election last year, President Magufuli has taken steps to monitor and improve government control over the country's land sector
Kenyans sound alarm over election threat to public land
"It is the responsibility of every Kenyan to jealously guard public land because the consequences of not doing that are dire"
Drones are mapping Indian cities - where they're allowed
Drone images are being used to update decades-old land records, check encroachments and resolve disputes over land and property
FEATURE-Malaysian DJ samples indigenous music to spread land rights message
Atama Katama is a new breed of indigenous activist and reaches out to young people through his music - a catchy fusion of old school indigenous songs with hip hop and rap
FEATURE-Senegal waste pickers fight dump closure amid hazards and health risks
Dakar's rubbish dump is releasing a poison that has halted construction projects across the city - but informal workers want to stay
U.N. expert questions legality of "brutal" mass evictions in Nigeria
30,000 people forced from their bamboo homes illegally built in the city's Lekki neighbourhood - a prime site for luxury apartments - despite a court order not to
FEATURE-Villagers in Goa fight to keep ancient community land from university
"We are not against development, but this land is sacred to us and our way of life. The village owns this land. No one has the right to take it away without our consent."
Beneath the surface of Uganda's 'exemplary' refugee settlement, tensions simmer
New arrivals to Uganda are allocated a plot of land, can work, run businesses, and move freely around the country
Kenyans tell leaders of frustration over delays tackling land corruption
Prominent Kenyan industrialist offers to hire 100,000 people to help the government tackle corruption in the land sector
Migrant's journey from rural Bangladesh shows sacrifices, dangers of slum life
Some half a million rural migrants stream into Dhaka for work each year, swelling the number of urban poor living in slums built on private land