Zuma’s die-hards mean business.
The protesters are out in force once again.
These five quotes from the land reform minister show that the government aren’t dragging their heels when it comes to redistribution.
Land reform and land expropriation are two of the hottest topics in the current South African political landscape. The ANC has made big promises but its track record is looking suspect.
These are the types of projects that could really transform the South African economy.
It’ll come down to a matter of interpretation.
The land issue in South Africa is a crucially important one. It means many things to different people but also brings about a lot of new questions. The Conversation takes a closer look.
This is what we like to see…
The Aussies seem to be right behind Peter Dutton’s proposals.
The land expropriation without compensation issue is now red hot in SA after Tuesday’s bill was passed in Parliament. Of course, Julius Malema has different South Africans feeling a whole lot of different emotions.
Newly elected ANC President Cyril Ramaphosa has once again emphasised that he will follow through with land expropriation without compensation.
Ramaphosa is seriously confident that land reform can be sustainable and beneficial to the country
AfriForum has unsurprisingly had a lot to say about the ANC’s decision to work to change the constitution for land expropriation without compensation.
You wanted a bombshell? Here’s your bombshell…
After a massive delay, day one of the ANC National Elective Conference got underway. President Zuma addressed delegates and of course, land came up…
Our economy needs to be more inclusive. But for the current regime, RET is just a politcal tool.
Land reform is a controversial topic of late, but what can successful land reform bring to the country. The Conversation takes a deeper look.
President Zuma has been speaking about the fight to get the land back. He revealed who should lead it and why it’s so important.
Has South Africa’s constitutional project failed? Is the country’s constitution an obstacle to meaningful redistribution and land reform?
Malema is not stopping his pursuit of land anytime soon.
The extraordinary exchange (filmed by ENCA journalist Michael Appel) between community members and ANC personnel made for gripping viewing.
It’s time to change the constitution in areas where it doesn’t suit the ANC’s purposes, according to minister Lindiwe Zulu.
Controversial comments of a different kind.
In a surprising move, the ruling party has directly contradicted Jacob Zuma, reaffirming its support for fair compensation in exchange for land.