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EXPROPRIATION WITHOUT COMPENSATION: WHY PRODUCE FOOD?- South Africa

The outcome of the parliamentary review committee that proposed that the country's constitution be amended to provide for expropriation without compensation did not come as a surprise to TAU SA as it was expected in the light of the dubious processes and the emotional uproar.


This proposal means that many farmers are now in doubt whether they must plant for the new season. It costs more than R6 000 per hectare to plough and plant, and farmers will think twice to incur those huge costs if there is a great possibility that the land can be taken, and they are at risk to lose everything. The president of the country should give reasons why farmers should continue to plant.


Furthermore, TAU SA will continue with its international campaign and the UN Human Rights Commission will be informed by the end of this month that the South African government wants to amend its constitution to steal land from its people while the South African farmers got their land lawfully and did not steal it. 

Enquiries: Mr Louis Meintjes, President TAU SA, Cell.: 082 461 7262

Mr Bennie van Zyl, General Manager TAU SA, Cell.: 082 466 4470

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