The process will have to be regulated by expropriation legislation setting out procedures, powers of the state, rights of landowners and beneficiaries and it will have to be subject to judicial review
'If Zille did a Zwelithini, she would likely be arrested for treason or sedition, and her government would be placed under national administration'
'They provide incentives for very smart people to put a lot of time and effort and creativity into making prices correct, because correct prices are a valuable social good, and the people who make ...
'Anyone who wants to take on state-owned oligopolies in operating rail services, trading most farm products or building ships is also welcome to try their luck'
'The major question today is whether the current round of mounting trade tensions is a means to a better end - still-free but fairer trade - or an end in itself'
'Despite the ubiquity of technology, it’s evident that many people and some entire planets are poor'
'When I heard his speech at his wedding, I was blown away. It was the most uplifting speech, delivered without notes, coming straight from the heart'
'It is a privilege, I now realise, to be my age and still have had someone to call Dad. While he was Dad, I could still be a son, a kid. Now, out of nowhere, I suddenly have to grow up and not just ...
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'They know if they don’t prosecute we can and will'
'There's no rational basis on which it can be argued that the SAA doubles up as service provider to other public entities'
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'That the rights and dignity of these patients are unrelated to how well or poorly their families supported them'
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'It is a multi-billion rand industry and it has failed babies, children and the majority of the South African public'
'Abrahams said the arrest warrants could not be issued because there was “no prima facie evidence” to charge them with the alleged fraud and money-laundering'
'Of 300 samples taken from the Enterprise plant, 26 had listeria that was genetically identically to what made most patients sick'
'When we finalised the matter in November, they sat on the case until February'
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