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Does the Expropriation Bill muddy the land question even further?

Land ownership and its equitable distribution has floundered. Changes to a section of the constitution and the expropriation act are now before parliament, but do they offer any solution?

‘We’re satisfied with SA’s land reform policy’— US Ambassador

Top US official is lobbying multinational firms to invest in South Africa

ANC execs want land power

Experts say, however, that the executive already has authority and this latest move is politicking

Courts to guide land expropriation

Two bits of law need to be approved before a court can decide if land owners will be compensated

Constitutional Court strikes down part of the Intimidation Act

The judgment, striking down the apartheid-era legislation, is a victory for freedom of expression

Search for ways to stop the land slide

Experts say an area-based approach is needed, but district and local government are not on board

The land wars of 2019: Analysing the EFF and ANC manifestos

The ANC proposes to continue working with large agricultural businesses, an approach that has to date marginalised small-scale farmers

EFF manifesto calls for scrapping of the tender system to eliminate corruption

The manifesto incorporates the party’s seven cardinal pillars — including land redistribution without compensation

Housing crisis inextricably entwined with land occupations

Land expropriation can only take place politically and unrestrained by the law

No rush to fast-track expropriation Bill

​Parliament says there’ll be no rush to finalise an amendment to section 25 of the Constitution before the legislature dissolves before the elections

The land: SA’s unifying and divisive issue

The land hearings of 2018 were fraught, emotive discussions of a matter of national importance

Watershed political wars lie ahead

South Africans can expect another exciting year: elections, land reform without compensation, Zondo inquiry revelations and court cases

Land expropriation decision an EFF victory, but what about the landless?

The EFF needs to work with the ANC to get the two-thirds majority required to amend section 25 of the Constitution

Land constitutional amendment recommendation gets greenlight from NCOP

Eight provinces voted in favour, and one province voted against the process to amend Section 25 of Constitution

Land: ‘Financial suicide’

Researchers warn that expropriation without compensation may cost 2.28-million jobs and cut GDP by R454.8-billion

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