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Tag Archives: land expropriation

AfriForum order made final – Soshanguve trespassers to be removed soon

September 7, 2018 deur Natasha Venter

The interim court order that AfriForum obtained on behalf of Dr Motodi Maserumule on 31 August 2018 was confirmed and made final today in the Northern Gauteng High Court.  The order stipulates that trespassers who are currently occupying a farm outside Pretoria … Continue reading

Trump tweet: Here are the facts on farm murders and property rights in South Africa

August 24, 2018 deur Natasha Venter

The South African civil rights organisation AfriForum said that US president Donald Trump’s Tweet on South Africa expresses justified concern about what is going on in South Africa, and requested those who doubt this to familiarise themselves with the facts … Continue reading

AfriForum publishes list of farms targeted for expropriation

August 13, 2018 deur Natasha Venter

AfriForum published a list on its website today of farms that are apparently identified by government to be expropriated without compensation in the weeks to come. This follows the ruling ANC’s announcement earlier in the week that the party had … Continue reading

Ramaphosa should take IMF warning about property rights to heart

July 31, 2018 deur Natasha Venter

The civil rights organisation AfriForum believes Pres. Cyril Ramaphosa, the government and the ruling ANC should seriously reconsider their policy with regard to the expropriation of private property, especially in the light of the warning that the International Monetary Fund … Continue reading

AfriForum continues with international campaign against expropriation without compensation with handovers to diplomatic missions in South Africa

May 10, 2018 deur Marelie Greeff

  AfriForum today handed over information regarding land expropriation in South Africa and the civil rights organisation’s concern over government’s intention to legalise expropriation without compensation to various embassies and high commissariats in South Africa. This was done to ask … Continue reading