Parliament's Joint Constitutional Review Committee has been mandated to consider whether a constitutional amendment is needed to ease expropriation of land without compensation. This, according to The Daily Maverick's Marianne Merten, is a foregone conclusion.
Expropriation Without Compensation Is a Done Deal - All That's Left Is the Formalities
Daily Maverick, 13 November 2018
A constitutional amendment for expropriation without compensation is a done deal. In Parliament's joint constitutional review committee on Tuesday the ANC and EFF, with support of… Read more »
Top: A farmhouse in the Free State. Bottom-left: Media image of the Constitutional Review Committee. Bottom-right: The National Assembly building in Cape Town.
MPs Weigh in On Land Reform
SAnews.gov.za, 14 November 2018
The Parliament's Joint Constitutional Review Committee says it has received recommendations and observations from Members of Parliament on whether section 25 of the Constitution… Read more »
Land Expropriation - Parties Opposed to Amendment 'Reserve Their Rights' to Go to Court About Process Followed
News24Wire, 13 November 2018
Court action to prevent Parliament from amending the Constitution to allow for expropriation without compensation seems imminent as parties opposing an amendment to section 25 all… Read more »
Land Expropriation - Heated Parliamentary Meeting Expected As DA Questions Process
On the eve of the Joint Constitutional Review Committee's discussion on its recommendations regarding the amendment of the Constitution, the DA says it "reserves all of its rights"… Read more »
Land Expropriation - After Filibustering, CRC Will Discuss Recommendations Next Week
News24Wire, 8 November 2018
After a morning of filibustering by parties opposed to the amendment of the Constitution to allow expropriation without compensation, the Joint Constitutional Review Committee… Read more »
As public hearings on land expropriation without compensation continue to draw mixed reactions, The Conversation's Steven Friedman believes that President Ramaphosa's announcement ... Read more »
The African National Congress is yet to spell out how it will implement its controversial decision to expropriate land without compensation. Since the decision to move for a change ... Read more »
President Cyril Ramaphosa has said that "it has become patently clear that our people want the constitution to be more explicit about expropriation of land without compensation". ... Read more »
President Cyril Ramaphosa and former president Jacob Zuma have said that land expropriation without compensation is one of the key programmes that will take forward former ... Read more »
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