Parliament’s Constitutional Review Committee has explained the next step after the public hearings on the expropriation of land without compensation.
The public hearings, which have been held in all nine provinces, end at Goodwood in Cape Town this Saturday.
The committee has been on a roadshow to gather people’s views on the possible review of Section 25 of the Constitution to allow expropriation of land without compensation.
The Western Cape is the last province where provincial public hearings were held. The committee was in Beaufort West, Outdshoorn, Citrusdal and Swellendam over the past three days.
They will now conclude the Cape Town hearings at the Friend of God Church in Frans Conradie road near N1 City in Goodwood.
Committee Co-chairperson Lewis Nzimande says, “We are expecting members of the public to raise their views.”
Nzimande says once today’s hearings have been concluded, the committee will start with the process of dealing with the written submissions in parliament and deliberations on the outcome of public hearings that have taken place across the country.
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