LETTER: The case for land reform is moral and economic
Expropriation without compensation stands to place extensive powers in the hands of a state that has demonstrated scant trustworthiness
Carol Paton says little that is original in her column on land politics (“Land matters. It is as simple and as complicated as that (https://www.businesslive.co.za/bd/opinion/columnists/2021-04-08-carol-paton-land-matters-it-is-as-simple-and-as-complicated-as-that/)”, April 8).
Land matters, of course, and the role land dispossession played in impoverishing black people is a matter of historical record. The case for land reform is moral and economic...
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