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There is no doubt that there is great concern about land reform among ordinary South Africans and especially property owners and buyers. At the same time, there is a huge amount of noise in the media and public discourse around this issue, often sending mixed

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"As one of the oldest black business organisations in South Africa, the National African Federated Chamber of Commerce and Industry (NAFCOC) categorically states that we are opposed to any attempt to remove black property rights under the proposed 'Expropriation without Compensation' (EWC) and that land stolen

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In its submission to the Constitutional Review Committee of the National Assembly, the Alexandra Property Owner’s Rights organisation (APOR) strongly denounces the idea that black South Africans might ever again be subjected to expropriation without compensation as they were under apartheid. “It must never again be

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Times are a-changing: There are more people, living closer together than ever before. Yet, we do not talk to each other. When I sit on my patio I know which neighbour is talking by identifying his voice,  yet I do not know any of my

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How do current members of the ANC know what will happen in the future if they remove the strict protection of property rights from the constitution? Was being without property rights for generations not enough warning as to what can happen? Are they prepared to

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