The baldest challenge facing the ANC 25 years after coming to power is to explain why it doesn’t want black people to own land.

Democratic SA’s efforts to overcome historical dispossession have been abysmal, with the debate stuck in a rut of hostility, victimisation and careless rhetoric, with no new ideas about how to expand South Africans’ access to property in ways that would simultaneously benefit them and the country...

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