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There are many responses to the government’s programme of land expropriation without compensation, including sociopolitical hot potato, economic disaster and a necessity to correct past injustices. Anthea Jeffery, the head of policy research at the South African Institute of Race Relations and Bulelwa Mabasa, a director and land claims specialist at Werksmans Attorneys, who also sits on President Cyril Ramaphosa’s land reform advisory panel, joined Business Day TV to discuss the issue.


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