The Institute of Race Relations has long warned that SA is facing a threat to property rights. Since late 2017, this has taken the form of the expropriation without compensation (EWC) policy drive.

As this is typically wrapped up in the language of land reform, many mistakenly assume it is about land — and chiefly for farmers to deal with. This is incorrect. Property takes many forms, and so does EWC...

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