Land Expropriation Without Compensation

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

Committee votes to amend the Constitution to allow expropriation without compensation

​The Joint Constitutional Review Committee has adopted a resolution to amend Section 25 of the Constitution

EFF denies AfriForum asset forfeiture claims

On Sunday, AfriForum said it had obtained a warrant from the high court to seize the moveable assets of EFF CIC Julius Malema and his party

Land reform needs to change society

Attempts at agricultural transformation in Africa have failed largely because of revenge and populist and ideologically driven reforms

Zwelithini asks AfriForum for help to fight land expropriation

The Zulu king has come out in opposition of land expropriation without compensation and says anyone who wants his vote in 2019 must kneel

Mbeki’s document ‘a falsification’ of ANC principles — Pallo Jordan

ANC veteran Pallo Jordan believes former president Thabo Mbeki’s 30-page paper on land expropriation does not enrich the land discourse

Read Thabo Mbeki’s full argument on land expropriation without compensation

The former president is arguing that the ruling party is deviating from its commitment to non-racialism in the land debate

Mbeki questions ANC’s motive for expropriation without compensation

The comments were made in a leaked 30-page memorandum intended for internal use by the Thabo Mbeki Foundation

Land reform needs laws and imagination

Redistribution must favour the poor and include the ability to make the land productive

Lekota joins forces with AfriForum to ‘protect property rights’

​Cope leader Mosiuoa Lekota will join AfriForum in asking other countries to put pressure on South Africa not to amend the Constitution

Traditional leaders warn Parliament: Don’t touch our land

'We want you to be sensitive to this, please, we don’t want to really take up arms to defend the 13% [of land],' one leader said.

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