South Africa’s Leaders Just Showed They Don’t Care About Voters

South Africa’s Joint Constitutional Review Committee declared on November 15 that the country would continue legalizing land expropriation without compensation. At the committee’s recommendation, the South African Parliament is now set to vote in 2019 on a proposition to change the nation’s constitution. As it stands, Section 25 of the constitution mandates that there must be “just and equitable” compensation if land is taken from a property owner. But the proposed amendment would remove the compensation requirement—if the property is taken from white landowners….

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