Eritrean law blocking foreign investors from owning land and the country's desire for self-reliance makes it highly unlikely that it will fall for the neocolonial phenomenon of land grabbing.
- Geeska Afrika
29 Dec 2016
The African Institute for Agrarian Studies brought Southern scholars, activists, practitioners, and farmers to Harare, Zimbabwe to learn from each other’s work and experiences to advance social justice projects for the rural global South.
Les récents commentaires de Desalegn concernant l’Érythrée servent à détourner l’attention des graves problèmes internes du régime éthiopien, dont l'accaparement des terres.
A look at land grabbing in Ethiopia, Sudan and Eritrea with a particular focus on pastoral and peasant farming communities, by Dr. Zeremariam Fre
The lack of systematic collection of data and categorising private and official investments from the Gulf has made it difficult to reach an accurate estimate of total investments, made so far.
- Khaleej Times
23 Feb 2009