Submission Expropriation without Compensation- Constitutional Review Committee

Submission to the Constitutional Review

1. Background

The issue of land rights, specifically the right to restitution or equitable redress is an important human rights concern and it is one that must be addressed…..Urgently. This right is contained within Section 25 of the Constitution.

However, after several decades of attempting land reform, there has been little to show in the form of progress. Complex issues have arisen and there is enough evidence to propel a conviction that a review of legislation is necessary, with the intention to beef up the applicable legislation in the interests of expediting the pace of land reform.

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