FMF NEWSLETTER 2 December 2020


FMF NEWSLETTER 2 December 2020   
New FMF media release  
ULTRA Amendment Bill will deprive millions of property rights

“The Upgrading of Land Tenure Rights Act, ULTRA, is arguably South Africa’s most important law, yet very few know about it. If the ULTRA Amendment Bill now before Parliament is enacted, it will cause the biggest expropriation without compensation ever, perhaps 4m homes impacting 16m low-income black people” said the Free Market Foundation’s Leon Louw at an
FMF media briefing webinar this week.

“The Constitutional Court ordered the Amendment due to a misunderstanding that the original 1991 Act discriminates against women. This is untrue. The Amendment should be scrapped, said Louw”
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