S.Africa: Have your say regarding the Land Expropriation Bill without Compensation

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[I was looking at this, and its still doing the rounds. I am wondering whether this is too late. But since some people are still circulating it, I thought I would circulate it as well. I really HATE this bill, and I think it is something to go to WAR over if they seize the property, because it can be a house, building OR a farm – that's how broad it is. The Govt should not be allowed to seize any white person's property, without compensation in my view. Jan]

86151 active citizens had a say, so far. Scroll down to add your voice.

The Minister of Public Works has called for public comment on the controversial Draft Expropriation Bill published on Friday 21 December 2018.

Support or object to the Bill by providing comment below. Please note the comment period has ended, however, we are still encouraging comments below and will include them in the final presentation. Once you have had your say below, please keep an eye on your email for a call to comment in the final round (Dec 2019) – which will be the last opportunity for the public to influence an amendment of the constitution.

The draft law spells out in detail how land expropriation will work, detailing how valuation should be done, how disputes should be settled, and how money should be paid. The Expropriation Bill also specifically holds that “it may be just and equitable for nil compensation to be paid where land is expropriated in the public interest”. Should you be unsure, please read the live comments, media, summary or documents below.

Source: https://dearsouthafrica.co.za/expropriation-bill/?fbclid=IwAR1uIvXB_PHDhe0a-zj-RJWnv6GXSQJjZ5jy90uL_SBHWcgthDJge6aogbo

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