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District Court Dismisses Country of Origin Labeling Lawsuit

The U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia has dismissed the lawsuit filed by meatpackers and trade groups against the U.S. Department of Agriculture. This lawsuit challenged the constitutionality of a meat labeling...more

Foreign Farmland Ownership

How big a threat does foreign farmland ownership pode to Brazil?...more

Land and the new Zimbabwe Constitution - Lloyd Msipa

ZIMBABWEANS are on the verge of writing a new Constitution. The last substantive Constitution of Zimbabwe was the Lancaster House Constitution. It was foisted on the country through a rigorous process of negotiations and...more

Contextualising the SADC Tribunal and the land issue in Zimbabwe - A socio legal perspective - Lloyd Msipa

The land redistribution exercise in Zimbabwe has introduced a new dimension in the interpretation of international law, treaty law and general legal norms under domestic law. What has been controversial has been the...more

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