South Africa land reform unlikely to mean constitutional change - analysts
Experts say South Africa will not repeat the violent land seizures seen in neighbouring Zimbabwe.
Blow for scammers as EU tightens data protection law
"Citizens will now have greater rights to know what is being held by corporations"
Kenyan lawyers wrangle with government over land registry digitisation
Kenya is in the midst of land reforms that include moving decades old records online
Wildfire funding fix will take 'a period of years' to protect U.S. forests
A $1.3-trillion bill signed by President Donald Trump set up a contingency account to fund wildfire fighting and has drawn praise but also some concern
Indonesian lawyer fights decades-old ban on ethnic Chinese owning land
Ethnic Chinese make up less than 5 percent of Indonesia's population, but they control many of its large conglomerates and much of its wealth
FEATURE-Hoping to reduce segregation, U.S. revamps housing subsidy for the poor
"Ultimately the goal is to give families a choice to move to less-segregated areas if that's what they want"
Millions of empty homes, but migrants to Indian cities cannot rent them
The share of rental housing in cities has fallen by nearly half over the past five decades
Indian court orders probe into homeless being denied shelter due to lack of ID
"People are dying on the streets because they cannot go into shelters without an ID"
From cardboard boxes to one-way bus tickets: How cities are tackling homelessness
More than 4,000 people are on the streets across Britain every night
ANALYSIS-India's digital ID sparks debate over human right to personal data
More than 1 billion people have been issued the Aadhaar, but campaigners say its ubiquitous use could create a surveillance state