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After seven years, displaced Zambian villagers might get land

A high court ruling in Zambia could mean redistributed land and compensation for communities who were evicted for commercial farming

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

Watershed political wars lie ahead

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

The land: SA’s unifying and divisive issue

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

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: ‘Financial suicide’

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

Land provision critical to addressing inequality — Ramaphosa

The president was clear about accelerating the provision of land to the poor and marginalised

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 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

​Elders cry over land court setback

A Land Claims Court decision reversed on appeal has devastated weary labour tenant applicants

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

The battle for restitution in Alex is never-ending

It’s not only the original property owners but also young people who dream about land

Land reform – and how to keep your head

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

Under pressure Donald Trump falls for fake news about South African whites

‘Get your facts straight, Donald,’ SA government says to Donald Trump

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