JOHN DLUDLU: Two years wasted on land expropriation debacle

JOHN DLUDLU: Two years wasted on land expropriation debacle

2021-12-07 07:53:00 PM

JOHN DLUDLU: Two years wasted on land expropriation debacle

Having bled votes to the EFF, the ANC had to find ways of increasing its appeal to voters, but it has done the opposite

07 December 2021 - 17:24After two years of much hype, consultation, committees and task teams, MPs voted on Tuesday on a parliamentary committee report that proposed that the law be amended to enable the government to expropriate land without compensation.

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Initially billed as a historic process, the whole exercise has turned out to be a costly waste of time. This is hardly surprising given the origins of the process. It is worth recalling how the country ended up with this debacle...BPremiumThis article is reserved for our subscribers.

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Land Reform in SA | Decision on expropriation expectedThree years ago, the National Assembly adopted a report recommending the Constitution be changed. We are watching the Oppenheimer ANC South Africa is like a 20 equally spaced roomed house, in it living 2 white people and 8 black people. The 2 whites own 14 rooms, 8 blacks own 3 rooms and the government own 3 rooms. Watch how they'll make it seem like good news when 1 room is donated to the black community And we believe the government can manage this successfully? Like they're managing Eskom, Denel, SAA, Post office Sanral etc etc. You must be joking..

LIVESTREAM: Parliament decides on land expropriation without compensationParliament will decide on Tuesday if the Constitution should be amended. DrewIG3 And nothing will happen

Land expropriation: EFF rejects 18th Amendment Bill, accuses ANC of selling outMalema has called on South Africans to 'do whatever it takes to get their land their back' because the bill undermines the struggles of black people for land.

MPs reject land expropriation amendmentThe National Assembly has failed to pass the Constitutional Amendment Bill to allow for expropriation of land without compensation. Thats why Afriforum didn't say anything, they know they deployed the best team to run ANC, even the rand didn't move

MPs against expropriation bill voted 'against will of the people' - MotshekgaThe National Assembly has voted against the proposed bill on land expropriation without compensation after failing to obtain a majority. Motshekga blames 'the beneficiaries' of not supporting them and 'some Black people who do not know the history'. The white vote here is not the problem. The whole idea was a popularity stunt by the RET crowd to do something the constitution already allows for.