Parliament to decide on expropriation without compensation

On Tuesday, the National Assembly will decide whether to proceed with a process to amend the Constitution to make expropriation of land without compensation possible, as the Economic Freedom Fighters’ (EFF’s) motion in this regard is expected to be debated. The draft resolution, brought by Economic Freedom Fighters leader Julius Malema, states that "South Africa has a unique history of brutal dispossession of land from black people by the settler colonial white minority" and continues that this has left an "indelible mark on social, political and economic landscape of the country, and has helped create a society based on exploitation of black people and sustenance of white domination".