Why land expropriation without compensation is a bad idea

TractorOn 27 February 2018, the National Assembly made a landmark decision to review Section 25 of the Constitution in order to cater for the principle of land expropriation without compensation. This article, published by the Centre for Development and Enterprise and written by Wandile Sihlobo and Tinashe Kapuya argues that land reform (through both the state and the market) has made more progress than experts admit,that expropriation without compensation is a catastrophically bad idea, and that trust between government and private sector is essential for the success and sustainability of effective land reform. To read more, click here.