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Card image 07 August 2018 The South African

Political expediency drives land expropriation without compensation

South African and other observers of current discussions in the country about the politically manufactured need to amend the Constitution in order to effect the expropriation of land without compensating know that these processes are driven largely by short-term electoral expediency.

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