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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

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. 

Belgium on board with SA’s land reform – Sisulu



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.

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