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Land expropriation without compensation

Share your views and thoughts on expropriation of land without compensation and the review of Section 25 of the Constitution

As part of the Joint Constitutional Review Committee’s constitutional obligation to facilitate public participation, it has invited written submissions from all stakeholders on the necessity of and mechanisms for expropriating land without compensation.

The committee was instructed by the National Assembly and the National Council of Provinces to:

  1. review Section 25 of the Constitution and other clauses where necessary, to make it possible for the state to expropriate land in the public interest without compensation; and
  2. propose the necessary Amendments to the Constitution, where necessary.




Your voice is important and must be heard

Discussions and deliberations on the proposed review of Section 25 of the Constitution should not be left to politicians alone but must echo the diverse voices of all stakeholders currently involved in land reform.

Because Communal Property Institutions (CPIs), community leaders and other intended beneficiaries of the land reform programme, commercial partners and operators, and those working in land reform all have first-hand experiences on what has worked and has not worked, they have vital insights that can help shape and guide the future of land reform in South Africa.

It is crucial for especially communities and Communal Property Institutions (CPIs) to understand the value of their involvement and the impact that their voice will have in these discussions. Their experiences can help put a sharp focus on current challenges and concerns within the land reform programme.

Vumelana appeals to community leaders to play their civic duty and rally communities to exercise their constitutional prerogative of making their voices heard and making a meaningful contribution to these discussions that will not only impact on their future, but that of generations to come. This critical feedback by communities and intended beneficiaries of the land reform programme is a key ingredient in making this process a success.



Join the conversation today – share your views

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This is not a petition or a submission to the Joint Constitutional Review Committee. This is a platform where you can share your opinion and see what others have to say on this issue. Your email address will not be saved – we need it to send you a copy of your message.



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