Land Expropriation Without Compensation

A black farmer pleads with parliament to leave the constitution alone

Land ever after: ​Ramodisa Monaisa pleaded for the Constitution to remain as it is

Parliament to hear stakeholder submissions on land expropriation

The presentations are expected to continue until Friday.

Land reform – and how to keep your head

Brian Whittaker explains how expropriation without compensation will require careful management by the state

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Black farmers to get state funding

Among the plans are increased funds for black farmers and agri-processing to create jobs

Mandela didn’t sell out, post-94 ANC did

Two Acts and the Khoi-San Bill, if passed, will dispossess people in the former homelands of their land rights

DA tests SABC impartiality claim

The DA plans to make a complaint against the SABC for broadcasting President Ramaphosa’s land expropriation announcement

Changes to the Constitution may boost, not weaken property rights

Steven Friedman argues that the constitutional amendment is likely to clarify the Constitution’s current provisions on land expropriation

Explainer: What’s involved in changing the Constitution

South Africa's constitution has been amended 17 times already. But, the procedure for doing so is onerous

Threats of war conclude WC land hearings

Panel at Western Cape land hearings receive conflicting ownership accounts and threats to defend land violently

Beware Cyril’s whispers in the dark

Ramaphosa is following Zuma’s habits and undermining a democratic parliamentary process

Maimane calls for urgent parliamentary sitting after ANC ‘jumped the gun’ on land

Maimane also hinted that the ANC was being 'led' by other parties on the issue, as it cannot amend the Constitution on its own

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