State custodianship remains in Section 25 amendment bill to be adopted on Friday

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Provisions to change the cut-off date for land restitution claims from 1913 to 1800 and exempting traditional land from expropriation will not be included in the bill amending Section 25 of the Constitution to allow expropriation without compensation.

State custodianship, however, remained in the bill, which still appears unlikely to be passed. 

Last week, a third draft bill was introduced to the ad hoc committee amending Section 25.

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