Land Reform in South Africa

Presidential Advisory Panel finalizing report on Land Reform

The Expert Advisory Panel on Land Reform is currently finalizing its report for consideration by the Inter-Ministerial Committee and the Presidency.

Advisory panel on land reform makes progress

The ten-member expert Advisory Panel on Land Reform has its hands full with a looming deadline to submit a policy perspective to the Presidency that will drive land reform in the country.

Draft land Expropriation Bill — Here's what you need to know

The Minister for Public Works, Thulas Nxesi, on Friday released a draft Expropriation Bill that gives a summary of the conditions under which the state can take land without paying for it for public comment.

UK PM supports S.Africa’s land reform

British Prime Minister Theresa May says the United Kingdom has for some time supported land reform in South Africa - as it is a process carried out in a legal, transparent and democratic manner.

Nedbank’s view on proposed bill to block land sales to foreigners

The Government's plan to fast-track a bill barring foreigners from buying land in South Africa, raised commercial property investors and financiers eyebrows — as they are taking it on the chin at the half way mark.

SAPOA Convention Keynote Speakers to outline diversity views on land and property

This year's SA Property Owners' Association (SAPOA) International Convention & Property Exhibition has announced the latest additions to its already-strong keynote speaker line-up, with hard-hitting topics being tackled by a line-up of global and local experts.

Zuma pledges R860 billion on Infrastructure and measures to tackle land reform

Addressing his 2013 State of the Nation Address in Cape Town on Thursday evening, President Jacob Zuma commited R860-billion on new large infrastructure projects, job creation and also announced several new measures to tackle land reform.

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