Good for economic recovery? President Cyril Ramaphosa has vowed to continue to move ahead with land expropriation without compensation.
South African musician DJ Sbu says black people should align with their culture and nature but first focus on getting land.
It comes as the Department of Agriculture, Rural Development and Land Reform has plans to release 700 000 hectares of state land to emerging farmers in the country
Minister Didiza has announced the process to be followed by members of the public who would like to apply for available State land.
Following mediation efforts, the violent protests in St Helena Bay are understood to have been brought to an end after mediation was reached.
Minister Didiza apologised to the farmer for not resolving his issue long ago.
In his address to the NCOP, deputy president David Mabuza promised a plan to redistribute state land would be announced soon.
David Rakgase, a farmer in Limpopo, will finally be able to purchase the Nooitgedacht farm he has been working for nearly three decades.
A vocal Kayamandi activist – whose protests were linked to the devastating murder of Stellenbosch farmer Stefan Smit – was killed on Thursday morning.
Last year, rating agency Moody’s said in a research note that “uncertainty over how (land reform) will be achieved continues to limit near-term investment.”
According to the leaked report, the ANC has deployed a land expropriation task team which is currently formulating legislature in anticipation of Constitutional amendments.
With Parliament granting the ANC permission to change the constitution, we’re looking at what will happen with land expropriation next year.
The Joint Constitutional Review Committee on land expropriation without compensation says that it will release its findings in two months.
President Ramaphosa has reached out for help from experts on land, development, agriculture and law.
This is the sentiment held by Bheki Ntshalintshali, the Congress of South African Trade Unions’ (COSATU) General Secretary.
The ‘Minister of Twitter’ has spoken.
Fierce debate around the issue of land expropriation before the Joint Constitutional Review Committee (CRC).
Nedbank, which is against amending the Constitution, says that it is already involved in the parliamentary process and has submitted proposals on land reform.
The ANC chairperson has broken the party’s silence on the practicalities of land redistribution.
With land being the burning issue so far in 2018, the South African government has announced some new plans aside from expropriation without compensation.
David Rakgase, a Limpopo farmer, has had enough of the government’s failed promises in allowing him to purchase the land he’s leased for 27 years.
Local community members are left fuming after a farmer dug up graves to plant mielies.
The ANC is looking to amend property laws.
One woman was not feeling positive about the calls for the state to take the land.