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AFRICAN THEFT OF THE WHITE MAN’S LAND

What the land reform report really means

What the land reform report really means

Land Expropriation without Compensation

 When the first Europeans arrived on April 6, 1652, it was 1,974 years after Ptolemy I built the magnificent library of Alexandria,  and in Southern Africa, the indigenous people still could do no more than a few rock paintings and a clay pot with patterns on it. Today, this development, this contribution of the descendants of Europe has become a threat to the Black South African. 

What the land reform report really means

What the land reform report really means

What the land reform report really means

Privatizing everything in South Africa

 It is quite conceivable that after the start of a large-scale programme of seizures, the resultant administrative bottlenecks would produce an ideal pretext for nationalisation as the only feasible solution. 

Killing the White Devil

What the land reform report really means

Belgium on board with SA’s land reform – Sisulu

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Belgium on board with SA’s land reform – Sisulu

‘Drastic swing’ in latest hearings against expropriation without compensation

Belgium on board with SA’s land reform – Sisulu

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Foreign Ministers Lindiwe Sisulu and Didier Reynders met in Pretoria on Monday to talk about matters of mutual concern like climate change and South Africa’s land reform policy.

‘Drastic swing’ in latest hearings against expropriation without compensation

‘Drastic swing’ in latest hearings against expropriation without compensation

‘Drastic swing’ in latest hearings against expropriation without compensation

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‘Drastic swing’ in latest hearings against expropriation without compensation

The third round of public participation saw about 90% of those providing comment being opposed to changing the constitution.