ANC deadlocks with other parties on land expropriation

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The negotiations with the EFF are also deadlocked over the phrase “nil compensation”, with the ANC suggesting that the EFF does not appreciate that compensation will at least have to be paid on land that has been improved. Photo: Felix Dlangamandla/Netwerk24
The negotiations with the EFF are also deadlocked over the phrase “nil compensation”, with the ANC suggesting that the EFF does not appreciate that compensation will at least have to be paid on land that has been improved. Photo: Felix Dlangamandla/Netwerk24

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The negotiations with the EFF are also deadlocked over the phrase “nil compensation”, with the ANC suggesting that the EFF does not appreciate that compensation will at least have to be paid on land that has been improved, and therefore to be rigid and declare no compensation would be unhelpful.

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