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FreeFACTS - June 2018

22 June 2018 - This report underlines the threat of Expropriation without Compensation – to the economy, to urban homeowners, the majority of whom are black, to the poor streaming to the cities in the hope of a better life, and to emergent farmers whose success hinges on secure title.

Will South Africa become Africa’s Venezuela?

20 June 2018 – Changing the constitution in pursuit of EWC, or achieving the same end without a constitutional amendment … could trigger a chain of events that will reverse many of the economic as well as political gains of South Africa’s democratic transition.

Empowering the State, Impoverishing the People

20 June 2018 – ‘Empowering the State, Impoverishing the People’ is a report the IRR today released in Washington in the United States to advance its campaign to protect and extend the property rights of all South Africans.

Who owns the land? A critique of the state land audit

27 March 2018 - The numbers in the 2017 State Land Audit: Private Land Ownership by Race, Gender and Nationality report released in February this year have been used extensively to motivate for expropriation without compensation of white owned land. In the EFF motion to amend Section 25 of the constitution the Audit is cited as the source for the claim “that black people own less than 2% of rural land, and less than 7% of urban land”.

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