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The Land Question: A historical perspective on form and content

The Land Question: A historical perspective on form and content By Jeff Rudin | Original Source: Daily Maverick | 3 July 2018 Land expropriation, with or without compensation, dominates South Africa’s over-abundance of contemporary controversies threatening to solidify existing divisions

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Land Expropriation Without Compensation: Housing Movements Respond

Land Expropriation Without Compensation: Housing Movements Respond By Julia Thomas | Amandla! Magazine | 15 June 2018 A mix of activists sat in two circles – one for listeners, one for comrades raising questions – on the final day of

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Expropriation without compensation: implications of ANC policy

Expropriation without compensation: implications of ANC policy By Lungisile Ntsebeza | Amandla! Magazine | April 2018 This is an edited version of a slightly longer article published in Daily Maverick on 11 March. ANC position today The recent motion for

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Land and “radical economic transformation”

Land and “radical economic transformation” BEN COUSINS | AMANDLA MAGAZINE | ISSUE 52 | MAY 2017 Land has moved to the centre of political discourse in recent months. At the same time, allegations of state capture by the Gupta family

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