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Law needed for land restitution without compensation – Gugile Nkwinti

The 53rd National Conference of the governing party decided on radical economic transformation as a characteristic feature of the second phase of the National Democratic Revolution (NDR). Economic transformation is not for itself, but to transform the social conditions of our people.

In this context, radical socio-economic transformation denotes a fundamental change in the structure, systems and patterns of ownership and control of the economy.

The key elements to be transformed are structure; systems; ownership; control; and, institutions.

There are two underlying concepts which characterize the kind of change we seek to achieve, namely:
fundamental change – uprooting the current order; and,
patterns – historical nature of ownership and control of the economy, which is characteristic of Colonial and Apartheid era South Africa.

Within this context, the following will be done to ensure the attainment of our overall goal of Radical socio-economic transformation in relation to land reform ….

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