Many young white people are encouraged by their parents to just “move on” with the business of the future, writes Adriaan Basson.
People have begun moving onto vacant City-owned land in an area called Mpukwini in Cape Town's Makhaza, Khayelitsha.
National police commissioner General Khehla Sitole has warned that people behind rampant land occupations in Gauteng will be arrested.
Communications Minister Nomvula Mokonyane says land reform is about economic inclusion regardless of race, and illegal land grabs will not be tolerated.
A group of people currently residing on land owned by the trustees of Louiesenhof Wines in Stellenbosch gathered outside the Western Cape High Court on Tuesday to protest against a second eviction order. Watch.
Msunduzi has sent a strong message that it will not tolerate land invasions.
Residents of Protea Glen in Soweto have blocked roads leading to an open field in the area to keep land invaders at bay. Watch.
The ANC's policy decision on land expropriation without compensation could result in four possible outcomes, say researchers at the Agricultural Business Chamber.
Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe says his government has a problem with the ANC which is allowing whites to control the economy.
Were he alive today, Arthur Chaskalson, our first chief justice, would probably be having a near apoplectic fit at the debate about expropriation of land with compensation, writes Terry Bell.
A new funding initiative could revive failed land reform programmes such as Mamahlola.
Gauteng Human Settlements and Urban Planning MEC Lebogang Maile and Johannesburg Mayor Herman Mashaba have joined forces to tackle land occupations in the province through the formation of an intergovernmental task team.
Police have resorted to firing rubber bullets to disperse alleged land invaders in Lenasia, South of Johannesburg, while other residents marched to call for an end to land grabs in the area.
Lenasia South residents have barricaded roads in protest against land grabs in the area, according to Gauteng police.
Allegations of intimidation, illegal clearing of land and threats of violence from MK Veterans surround an eight-year-old land dispute near Ashburton.
Minister of Rural Development and Land Reform Maite Nkoana-Mashabane has urged South Africans not to be seduced by politicians into fear-mongering or illegal land grabs over government’s land reform efforts.
Deputy Public Works Minister Jeremy Cronin says an amendment of the Constitution to allow land expropriation without compensation is not necessary. Watch.
A new regime should recognise that truly bold action is required: to rethink the way in which land reform has been conceived, says Terence Corrigan.
Afriforum and its business wing AfriBusiness have been granted a high court interdict against Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) leader Julius Malema prohibiting him and his party from inciting illegal land grabs.
An analyst says Donald Trump’s victory suggests ordinary people are beginning to see through the media’s distortions and want it to go back to its true role.
It is a tragedy that Zimbabwean farmers have still not been compensated and that those who grabbed the land can't produce 80% of the food the country needs, says an analyst.
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