This presentation titled: “Changing Section 25 of South Africa’s Constitution to Enable Expropriation Without Compensation (EWC) Akin to the Zimbabwenization of South Africa” was delivered by Rejoice Ngwenya of COMALISO, at the CYPSA Youth Conference on Sunday 16th of December …Continue reading
It is now well-known that South Africa’s parliament intends to amend the Constitution to allow the government to expropriate (forcibly seize) private property without being required to pay compensation. On November 15, 2018, the parliamentary Constitutional Review Committee finally officialized …Continue reading
South Africa has fallen 10 places in the 2018 International property rights index. This revelation was contained in the latest global report put together by the Property Rights Alliance, a global advocacy organization.
South Africa moved from 27th place to …Continue reading
A generation after the end of apartheid, SA remains a country characterised by mass social and economic exclusion, a country in which only a minority of people can be said to be effectively included.
Half the population lives below the …Continue reading
Tuesday, February 09, 2010
by Richard J Grant
When a company is owned or controlled by the government, it becomes a source of “noise” that disrupts communications between producers and consumers. The more companies the government nationalises, the worse this …Continue reading
Speaking at the Goldman Sachs investor conference on Wednesday, President Ramaphosa attempted to address investors’ concerns regarding expropriation of property without compensation (EWC). He has repeatedly said that EWC will happen, while also trying to reassure both South Africans and …Continue reading
The “Freedom” Charter, widely considered to be one of the most important inspirations for the current Constitution of South Africa (1996), was adopted in Kliptown on 26 June 1955 by the Struggle movement. The Charter was a manifesto for the …Continue reading