EFF warns fight for land has only begun after National Assembly fails to pass constitutional amendment

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Leader of the Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) Julius Malema. (Photo by Gallo Images/Sharon Seretlo)
Leader of the Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) Julius Malema. (Photo by Gallo Images/Sharon Seretlo)

After the constitutional amendment to allow expropriation without compensation failed to pass in the National Assembly, the EFF threatened it would look at "extra-parliamentary means of repossessing our stolen land".

"This is not the end of the fight for land repossession, the fight has just begun," it said in a statement released shortly after the vote, which brought a process of three years and nine months to an end.

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