The Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) has described US Secretary of State, Mike Pompeo’s comments on South Africa’s land expropriation debate as senseless.
The United States (US) Secretary of State’s remarks that land expropriation without compensation would be disastrous for the South African economy are just the latest comments from the US government casting aspersions on the process.
Agri Western Cape says it does not fully agree with the amendment of Section 25 of the Constitution to allow for land redistribution and reform.
Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) leader, Julius Malema, has accused the African National Congress (ANC) of delaying the process of expropriating land without compensation.
The public will have another month to make written submissions on the land expropriation bill.
The South Africa Institute for Race Relations (IRR) has handed over 200 000 signatures to Parliament, with names of people who are opposed to what they say are government’s attempts to undermine property rights.
The ANC has defended its decision to propose a new change to the land expropriation without compensation plan.
Presidential Expert Advisory Panel on Land Reform and Agriculture says it supports the proposed policy shift to use constitutional provisions to expropriate land without compensation.
In its final message to the electorate, COPE warned against land expropriation without compensation.
Pan-Africanist Congress (PAC) Deputy President Mzwanele Nyhontso says land expropriation without compensation is a small price to pay for people who took the land from the indigenous people of South Africa.