Land Expropriation Without Compensation

Letters to the editor: March 9 to15

A reader writes in about the possible shortcomings of expropriation without compensation

Land debate in South Africa is about dignity and equality— not the Constitution

The crisis caused by land expropriation without compensation will be resolved by opening up the economy and addressing historical inequalities

A white person’s guide to land expropriation without compensation

These four words have white South Africans reaching for their passports quicker than news that Mumford and Sons are going to be playing

The land: ANC’s date with destiny

The Constitution’s property clause, based on party principles, already has a transformative mandate

After opposing land expropriation, things could fall apart for the DA

With various crises and a revived ANC, the blue brigade is facing a testing time ahead of 2019

Lamola on land expropriation: We need legislation as forceful as war

Lamola said it was worrying that this had to be done by a party outside of the ANC but celebrated the fact that it was finally happening

Malema: Farming must continue ‘uninterrupted’, but ‘idle’ land must be redistributed

Malema also emphasised that there was no turning back on their call for the state to own all the land in the country

Land Question: It’s about identity

The question of land is about rectifying skewed patterns of ownership and recognising its importance in identity

EFF offers Nelson Mandela Bay to the ANC

Red berets angered by DA defiance on land expropriation without compensation

DA slams land expropriation without compensation proposal

The party shunned the EFF's motion that proposes Parliament should begin the process of legislating land expropriation without compensation

ANC to table amendment to EFF’s land expropriation proposal

In a highly anticipated debate could lead to amendments to the Constitution so that land can be expropriated without compensation.

EFF due to table motion of land expropriation without compensation in Parliament

The EFF proposes that a committee be established to make it possible for the state to expropriate land in the public interest, without compensation


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