April 2018

SLF engages stakeholders to unlock land
Sustainable Livelihoods Foundation, in partnership with Urban Works, conducted first of two ‘Solutions Lab’ in Johannesburg to engage stakeholders from civil society, business and government on strategies through which land [...]
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Our latest report on Post-Apartheid Spatial Inequality
The report shows how South Africa’s spatially unjust land use systems impact on (informal) micro-enterprises in the township context. The report illustrates the ways in which land use management systems [...]
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Release of our Making All Voices Count research report
Our Making All Voices Count research report has been published. This report draws on research that has been done at SLF within the past 6 years. It focuses on four [...]
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Competition Commission Research on the Road
Newsletter Content Contributor: Andrew Charman (on behalf of Leif Petersen)   As announced at the end of last year, SLF has been contracted by the Competition Commission to undertake research [...]
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Eveline Street Exhibition Series
Newsletter Content Contributor: Andrew Charman   The SLF ULMEG Project (Unlocking Land for Micro-Enterprise Growth) seeks to investigate and engage with policy makers on land related constraints which hinder the [...]
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Community Careworkers Organise Stakeholder Engagement Event
Newsletter Content Contributor: Miriam Waltz   “We clock in and out under a tree whether it rains or is hot… we are like goats or dogs,” says Nozuko Fos, a [...]
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Developing Effective School Dropout Interventions
Newsletter Content Contributor: Andrew Hartnack   Since late 2016, SLF has been part of an exciting and important pilot project, funded by the DG Murray Trust, to examine which kinds [...]
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PMA goes international
Newsletter Content Contributor: Rory Liedeman   March 2017 was an extraordinary month for SLF’s Participatory Monitoring and Accountability (PMA) research team, for two main reasons. Firstly, from 5 March to [...]
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A New Mall in Delft South: Good or Bad for Local Businesses?
This case study was included in a collaborative submission by SLF, PLAAS, the University of the Western Cape, and the Centre for Excellence in Food Security, in response to the [...]
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