Land reform – Ramaphosa

  Ramaphosa said the recommendations on land reform was necessary to address the plight of the landlessness, boost the economy, create jobs and reduce poverty in the rural areas.   He also stated his government was committed to the acceleration of land reforms as it is essential for the transformation of society.    But, what he… Continue reading Land reform – Ramaphosa

Zoeloes – Ingonyama Trust and land reform

  1 August 2019 - The panel, appointed by Ramaphosa during 2018, recommended that the Ingonyama Trust Act — which was passed in 1994 to create the ITB to control almost three-million hectares of the former KwaZulu homeland on behalf of King Goodwill Zwelithini — be repealed.   The recommendations echo those of Parliament’s High Level… Continue reading Zoeloes – Ingonyama Trust and land reform

Zimbabwe Land reform – revolution

Same happened all over - in South Africa as well , it is all the way on the same road as Zimbabwe.   Some Reserves became also Homelands and Trustlands, all British colonies.  We also have Trustlands and CPA's in place - communal property rights. 31 July 2019 Robert Mugabe seized white-owned farms. Emmerson Mnangagwa is… Continue reading Zimbabwe Land reform – revolution

ISS – Institute for Security studies – Zimbabwe

The ISS is grateful for support from the following members of the ISS Partnership Forum: the Hanns Seidel Foundation, the European Union and the governments of Australia, Canada, Denmark, Finland, Ireland, the Netherlands, Norway, Sweden and the USA. ZIMBABWE - LAND REFORM, PROPERTY RIGHTS, INVESTMENT AND CORRUPTION SECURITY STUDIES - ZIMBABWE Top view > Zimbabwe… Continue reading ISS – Institute for Security studies – Zimbabwe

State-owned land – 25 years later

  Who are the real owners of state-owned land?   If it is state owned land, why do the government keep the land in their own hands and create this hate agenda against whites to reform?   What funding was paid (TAX) for that farmlands?  If tax was used,  the owners of all those farmland are the… Continue reading State-owned land – 25 years later

Nepal – Federalism

  “The historic Jana-Aandolan II culminated into the declaration of the republic in Nepal on May 28, 2008, after the constituent assembly polls. 560 of CA members voted in favor of the republic, ending 240 years of monarchy. However, the question remaining in many Nepalese minds even after several years down the lane is how… Continue reading Nepal – Federalism

Expropriation of land without compensation – South Africa

They always said they are landless, but it is a big lie and not the truth.  How much land belong to the (ANC) government of South Africa and their own black/other supporters today?  Land that do not belong to whites in South Africa ... they always reported in the media, in "parliament" and to the… Continue reading Expropriation of land without compensation – South Africa