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Amendments to the land rights bill would be a great injustice

01 Sep 20   Eustace Davie
Amendments to the land rights bill would be a great injustice…

The importance of secure property rights for women

21 Aug 20   Sindile Vabaza
The importance of secure property rights for women…

Media release: Government should not infringe on private property rights to advance 5G

05 Aug 20  
Media release: Government should not infringe on private property rights to advance 5G…

EWC is a zero-sum game that will lead to more poverty and misery

05 Aug 20   Riaan Salie
EWC is a zero-sum game that will lead to more poverty and misery…

EWC not the answer for post-COVID-19 South Africa

29 Jul 20   Chris Hattingh
EWC not the answer for post-COVID-19 South Africa…

SA must look at the many horrific results of land expropriation without compensation

15 May 20   Tom Palmer
SA must look at the many horrific results of land expropriation without compensation…

Land expropriation without compensation is an illusion that cannot lead to a better life

11 May 20   Riaan Salie
Land expropriation without compensation is an illusion that cannot lead to a better life…

Lessons from Venezuela: Implosion started with land grabs

07 May 20   Andrés F. Guevara B.
Lessons from Venezuela: Implosion started with land grabs…

South Africa considers legislation that would allow the state to seize any citizen’s property

06 Apr 20   Chris Hattingh
South Africa considers legislation that would allow the state to seize any citizen’s property…

Bantustan Act threatens hard-won property rights for rural dwellers

17 Jan 20   Zakhele Mthembu
Once again, traditional leadership in South Africa is being tested as the proposed legislation seeks to perpetuate rural dwellers’ insecurity of land rights.…

Expropriation without compensation will kill SA’s investment potential

06 Jan 20   Jacques Jonker
Land expropriation without compensation is the perfect recipe for economic disaster.…

Expropriation amendment harkens back to apartheid legal thinking

21 Oct 19   Martin van Staden
South Africans are overwhelmingly focused on the Zondo commission of inquiry into allegations of corruption during the scandalous presidency of Jacob Zuma.…

Without strong property rights, an African free trade area is meaningless

President Cyril Ramaphosa is getting more vocal about his support for the new African Continental Free Trade Area.…

Strong property rights are vital for economic growth

04 Oct 19   Chris Hattingh
Expropriation without compensation hangs over the South African economy, with Parliament in the process of drafting an ill-considered amendment to our Constitution.…

The unreasonableness of expropriation without compensation

02 Oct 19   Martin van Staden
The Rule of Law principle at the heart of South Africa’s constitutional dispensation is there to prohibit arbitrariness from government and demand reasonableness.…