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Let's Think Land reform needs a common solution to benefit al
The redistribution of agricultural land via expropriation without compensation could lead to self-help chaos, or a plurality of mechanisms to speed up the pace of land
27 Feb 2018 - I. B. T.
Land Reform Watch Is expropriation really needed for land reform?
If not managed properly Cyril Ramaphosa’s promises of “land expropriation without compensation” could become South Africa’s biggest constitutional crisis
22 Feb 2018 - P. C.
Africa Watch South Africa and Zimbabwe: different countries but similar challenges
Both South Africa and Zimbabwe are entering a new era under new leaders, and for both how the future will unfold, depends much on those two new leaders. In December last year the
16 Jan 2018 - G. C.
Let's Think Without traditional leaders’ land reform won’t fly
It is probably no coincidence that land redistribution was the main topic that featured in Cyril Ramaphosa’s first high profile public appearance as the new leader of the
09 Jan 2018 - P. C.
Property & Wealth Reality check; SA economy remains deep in trouble
The continued failure to stimulate job creation spells disaster that keeps a brake on the economy and threatens a recessionary relapse in the final quarter of 2017. After
13 Oct 2017 - E. v. B.
Land Reform Watch Traditional leaders perpetuating apartheid’s legacy
The powers conferred on traditional councils and traditional leaders appear to introduce a fourth sphere of government, and perpetuating the legacies of colonialism and
08 Oct 2017 - E. v. B.
Property & Wealth Is the land reform dog barking up the wrong tree?
Black South Africans still account for very little of the real ownership of both residential and commercial property in the country. Something is drastically wrong on this
10 Aug 2017 - E. v. B.
Land Reform Watch Some radical thinking needed on land reform
In South Africa, a land of many issues, few are as emotional and explosive as ownership and occupation of the land itself. A radical new approach is
02 Jun 2017 - E. v. B.
Let's Think Grabbing land in la-la land
If there is one thing that the economic gods will not forgive, it is the consistent plundering of resources without value being added. It may take years, decades, or even
26 May 2017 - J. S.
Land Reform SA and Namibia’s drive for more ‘radical land reform’
Namibian President Hage Geingob, also contemplates a more drastic approach to his country’s lingering land question while the issue heats up in South Africa. If it was by
04 May 2017

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