IRR takes the fight against Expropriation Without Compensation (EWC) to Parliament

7 September 2018 - The IRR takes the fight against EWC to Parliament. It argues that EWC in any form is destructive and will harm the lives and living standards of black and white South Africans alike. It also argues that redress in poor communities is important but that the Constitution already allows for this.

It further argues that under existing Constitutional provisions actioned via soft loans, grants, and proper extension services much may be achieved to redistribute land to black people and that it supports such efforts. However such redress must occur with compensation. This the IRR argues is central to fairness which is the fulcrum upon which the Constitution rests.


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