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A compendium of essays on land reform

Land reform is necessary in South Africa, but that is about the only issue regarding land reform on which there is consensus. When we start...

Agbiz engages with CRC on the review of Section 25 of...

Following the series of public hearings held across South Africa, the constitutional reciew process of Section 25 of the Constitution is now in the...

Ramaphosa’s land reform announcement strongly critiqued

Land reform and expropriation without compensation have been hot topics for the last few weeks, as South Africans came together at the many land...

Thuli Madonsela: The wrong land debate

Former Public Protector, Thuli Madonsela wrote an opinion piece for the Business Day relating to the recent public hearings which are looking to amend...

Development funding for land reform, not EWC

Agri SA presented its solutions to the slow pace of land reform at a workshop hosted by the FW de Klerk Foundation in Johannesburg....

Attend public hearings on review of Section 25

The Constitutional Review Committee (the Committee) will begin today (26 June 2018), with the public hearings for the review of Section 25 of the...

Productive agricultural land will not be taken

Agri SA takes note of comments made by Mike Mlengana, the director-general of the Department of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries (DAFF), that the government...

Kwanalu calls on farmers to remain calm ahead of EWC hearings

Ahead of the expropriation without compensation (EWC) hearings to be held by the Constitutional Review Committee (CRC) in mid-July, Kwanalu, together with Agri SA...

Land reform is a conversation all of SA must have

“Land Reform is a conversation all South Africans must have. CPIs, communities and investors must engage government and policymakers alike,” says Peter Setou of...

Public participation in proposed review of section 25 of the constitution

The National Assembly (NA) and the National Council of Provinces (NCOP) have instructed the Constitutional Review Committee (the Committee) to engage in a public...