US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo says plans to expropriate land without compensation would be a disaster for South Africa’s economy and the people. Speaking in Addis Ababa, Pompeo said the policy proposal is an example of centralised planning that’s failed in other countries such as Zimbabwe, Tanzania and Ethiopia. Meanwhile, Parliament’s land committee is holding public hearings for submissions on legislation that will amend Section 25 of the Constitution, to include a clause to allow land expropriation without compensation. Economic consultant Dr Peter Karungu and AfriForum’s Campaign Officer Ernst Van Zyl join us to discuss this issue further.
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