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Tembeka Ngcukaitobi

Tembeka Ngcukaitobi

    Clear policies needed for effective land reform
    Clear policies needed for effective land reform
    Minister Thoko Didiza has returned to her old portfolio, as the minister responsible for land affairs. In her first tenure, she developed a...
    Makhanda’s prophecy must be fulfilled
    Makhanda’s prophecy must be fulfilled
    In April 1819, Mdushane ka Ndlambe of the Rharhabe section of the Xhosa declared war on the British colonial administration in Grahamstown...
    The land wars of 2019: Analysing the EFF and ANC manifestos
    The land wars of 2019: Analysing the EFF and ANC manifestos
    Both the ANC and the Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) will support the expropriation of land without compensation and propose the amendment of...
    Land reform needs laws and imagination
    Land reform needs laws and imagination
    If there is any lesson to be learned from the past 23 years of South Africa’s trial and error experiment with constitutionalism, it is that...
    How land expropriation would work
    How land expropriation would work
    Land expropriation without compensation: How will it work? This is just one of the questions doing the rounds. Others are: What exactly is land...
    The Land is ours: An extract from Tembeka Ngcukaitobi's new book
    The Land is ours: An extract from Tembeka Ngcukaitobi's new book
     ‘A quagmire inside and out’
    Land reform can be done reasonably
    Land reform can be done reasonably
    Writing in 1995 for a unanimous Constitutional Court, Judge Ismail Mahomed expressed reservations about constitutional amendments on the grounds of...
    The land: ANC’s date with destiny
    The land: ANC’s date with destiny
    In 1992, the ANC produced a document titled Ready to Govern, containing the party’s ambitious vision to govern South Africa.