Why South Africa's post-apartheid land reforms plans have stalled


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Why South Africa's post-apartheid land reforms plans have stalled



South Africa’s President Cyril Ramaphosa has admitted its land reforms programmes have yet to make any substantial progress.
The government is still grappling with how to compensate people, who were forcibly removed from their homes and land after the end of apartheid.
The Land Claims Commission was established more than 25 years ago.
Since then, it has settled around 80,000 claims. But tens of thousands more cases remain unresolved.

Al Jazeera’s Natasha Ghoneim reports from South Africa’s KwaZulu-Natal province.

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  1. It's all stolen land at one point or another. Sad that money makes it somebody else's even when it isn't that high in value comparatively. Even when the law agrees with those it has been stolen from.

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  3. I hope South Africa does this and just embraces their identity of being Zimbabwe 2.0. Chase all the hard working and productive members of your failing country and let other more deserving African countries like Nigeria, Botswana, Ethiopia, Rwanda, Namibia etc, take them in.

  4. It's incredible that the legislation was passed in 94, but some claims are ongoing. That's so incredibly slow and must be heartbreaking for some of the elders.

  5. The one thing I pray daily for, is for the ANC to put a stop to their loyalist system.. Where they keep instating incompetent and ill-suited individuals into management, and power positions, purely based on the fact that they are ANC loyalists…
    and if you're thinking to yourself, while reading this, that, this sounds like a communist run system. That is because it is indeed heavily rooted in that.