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Article compiled and posted by: White Nation correspondent Johannesburg  December 13 2019

Think again, ANC, before you give up your secure property rights protection!



“The evil of a lie  takes root in a society only when the people gives their consent”– Andrew K.



THE draft bill for the “expropriation” ( government theft) of land without compensation now is open for public input and opinion. As we all know this devious ANC communists plays dirty and saved this draft to be tabled in December when most of the opposition parties are on leave and the general public also too busy with holiday preparations to bother about parliamentary proceedings anyway. Throw in a bit of Eskom confusion and all the attention is drawn away from the one most important issue: You right to earn property. Thus they will have the minimum opposition to their evil plan- and once the time frame for public opinion has lapsed- they simply will push through the draft into legislation- forcing your private home out from under your arse into the hands of the communist trash gang. A shell-shocked public will return “home” in January just to find Council letters in their mail advising them to contact the Department of Public Works if they want to LEASE or LOOSE their own property. 

Plans to amend the Constitution in order to facilitate land expropriation could easily ensure that your property title deeds ‘mean nothing’. This was the wish of Economic Freedom Fighters’ leader Julius Malema, and the ANC is happily putting in place the plans to ensure thatMalema’s vision becomes reality. This is the starkwarning from Anthea Jeffery, a legal expert who has steeped herself in the nuances of the draft Constitutional amendment bill. Dr Jeffery is not scare-mongering; she has joined the dots between various court cases and legal precedent to highlight why anyone who reckons the proposed changes are nothing to worry about need to think again. Jeffery is Head of Policy Research at the IRR. – Jackie Cameron

EWC constitutional amendment bill: mere bagatelle or major threat?

By Anthea Jeffery*

The draft Bill to amend the Constitution to allow expropriation without compensation (EWC) is ‘much ado about nothing’, an article in Business Day said yesterday. EWC will apply only to land reform and ‘land claims take an average of 20 years to finalize’, it added.

The newspaper article implies that South Africans can sit back, enjoy their holiday festivities, and forget about IRR (and other) warnings about the major threat implicit in the draft Bill. The article is right, of course, that restitution is generally a slow process. But land reform is not limited to this. Rather, it extends to redistribution, which can be quickly carried out under expropriation legislation. “Land reform “ also includes the vesting of all land in state custodianship – a legislative shift which can be implemented by Parliament from one day to the next. These risks are naturally not spelt out in the draft Bill, which the ruling party is hoping to pilot through Parliament with minimal resistance. Yet the wording of the draft Bill is disturbing in itself. So too are the other EWC laws for which it paves the way.

The draft Bill has two main clauses. The first allows a court to decide that ‘nil’ compensation should be paid for land and all ‘improvements thereon’, provided that the land is expropriated for the purposes of ‘land reform’. Why EWC should also apply to ‘improvements’ is not explained. The Ad Hoc Committee responsible for drawing up the draft Bill has said that buildings accede to land and so must be treated in the same way. But this reasoning makes little sense. First, the separate value of any improvements can easily be calculated, despite the two being joined. Second, theANC and EFF have long been claiming that the government should not have to pay for land that was ‘stolen’ in the colonial period. However, there can have been no theft of homes, offices, factories, or shops that were built only later. At the same time, refusing to pay compensation for such improvements will be particularly damaging to the economy. The ‘land reform’ justification is also very broad. It would extend EWC to all areas – suburbs, townships, shopping centres, or commercial farms – that might in future be claimed under the “restitution process.”  It would also extend EWC to whatever serviced and well-located urban land the state might see as “ needed “ in overcoming the housing backlog. The second key clause in the draft Bill states that future ‘national legislation’ must set out ‘specific circumstances’ in which compensation on expropriation may be nil (if so decided by the courts).

The Business Day article suggests that the only legislation relevant here is theExpropriation Billof 2019, which was gazetted for comment a year ago. This measure initially stated that nil compensation might apply in ‘all relevant circumstances, including but not limited to’ the five it went on to list. Already, however, the Expropriation Bill has been changed to add a sixth instance to the list. This shows how easily Parliament will be able to use the Expropriation Bill to extend the scope for EWC. Various other EWC statutes could also be adopted, of course. In particular, Parliament could adopt another bill (also by a 51% majority) stating that all land is to vest in the custodianship of the state – and that this is an instance where compensation may be nil, if the courts agree. If the Constitutional Court were to confirm that no compensation is payable in this situation, that would conclude the matter. The court might well do so, moreover, given its 2013 decision in the Agri SA case. (Here, it found that no compensation was payable for the state’s ‘assumption of custodianship’ over the country’s mineral resources.)


Within a year of the draft Bill’s adoption, the ANC could thus attain its decades-long desire to bring all the country’s land under its custodianship and control. It might need two steps to do this – first the constitutional amendment to Section 25 and then the custodianship statutebut the result would be the same. People would then find (to quote EFF leader Julius Malema) that their title deeds ‘mean nothing. Instead, they would depend on the grace and favour of the state for ‘land-use licences’ to remain on properties where they live or work. Land would become a patronage tool and would be used by the ANC to buttress its hold on power. By contrast, a preamble to the draft Bill tries to pretend that its aim is simply to bring about ‘accelerated land reform’ in order to ‘address’ past “injustices “ and meet the ‘palpable’ hunger for land among the “dispossessed. “
But most South Africans want jobs far more than land, as IRR (and other) opinion polls have repeatedly shown. In addition, there will no genuine redress under the draft Bill, which is aimed at empowering the state, not helping the poor.

The David Rakgasecase helps illustrate this point. Like other land reform beneficiaries, Mr Rakgase wants individual ownership of the farm he works, backed up by a title deed. In 2002, the state finally promised to sell him the farm – but the ANC first dragged its heels and then reneged. This is because its stated policy is to retain all redistribution land in its ownership and simply lease it out for long periods. The ANC therefore demanded that the 77-year-old Mr Rakgase take out a 30-year lease, followed by a 20-year one, before he could obtain an option to buy the farm (as its State Land Lease and Disposal Policy of 2013 requires). Mr Rakgase had to turn for help to the Pretoria high court, which found the ANC’s approach ‘irrational’ and ‘unreasonable’ – and ordered that the 2002 agreement be upheld.

However, if the draft Bill goes through, Mr Rakgase’s court victory could prove short-lived. If he gets his title deed – and the ANC later takes custodianship of all land – he will once again become a tenant of the state, as the ruling party has long desired. There is no real redress – and no genuine empowerment – in this situation. On the contrary, it is precisely this dependency on the state that the draft Bill, supplemented by subsequent EWC legislation, is intended to secure. The ANC also wants to ‘eliminate’ all existing property relations, en route to a socialist (and ultimately communist) society. To soften resistance to this goal, it recommends that ‘dexterity in tact’ (empty reassurances) be combined with ‘firmness in principle’ (a determination to proceed). If the Business Day article is anything to go by, ‘dexterity in tact’ is already at work in undermining merited objections to the draft Bill.

Those inclined to minimize the draft Bill should perhaps also ponder on what Cosatu said in January 2018, when the EWC demand was building up: ‘The policy of land expropriation without compensation needs to be implemented without fear or favour. Going forward, we want to see government using its expropriation powers more aggressively… We need state ownership of all the land in this country in order for the democratic state to break the power of white capital.’ That has far more the ring of truth than the draft Bill’s claim that it seeks merely to meet the ‘urgent…hunger for land amongst the dispossessed’.


Die Opregte Afrikaner Mag Nooit Vergeet wat hierdie "mense" aan ons gedoen het nie.!!!

Posted by Sakkie Claassens on Friday, January 30, 2015





Ramaphosa and his devious rat pack cannot be trusted. The Squirrel showed us time and again he is unreliable, untrustworthy, dishonest  a pathological lair hard bitten anti-white communist and cannot be trusted irrespective what he say or promises. Driving the communist agenda and party protection always is first and foremost. Sure he and his cronies already have worked it out neatly that their own properties will not be “expropriated” under the land reform’ justification loop...just the properties of whites. The ANC rats are trying to bamboozle the whole country with sugar-coated lies and deception by forcing a humongous lie into law in order to obtain control over all property in South Africa to complete their socialist agenda. If they can this easily change a stone-set constitution- what will they do next?  There  isno such thing as “expropriation” of land without paying for it- is simply is BLATANT STEALING the way Mugabe did it. Do not believe the communist lie of  “you stole our land”  or any “previously dispossessed”  and “our people is hungry for land”  lies these criminals use to get their claws on your private property either-they are exploiting and hiding behind the black  masses to drive home their own devious agendas.

This is the next phase unfolding why they want your property…full communist rule. WAKE UP WHITE SLOTH!!!!

The evil land expropriation bill reads in general as follows:



The parliamentary committee on land expropriation has published its new draft bill for public comment. The bill aims to amend Section 25 of the Constitution to allow for land expropriation without providing compensation. However, the bill itself does not specify the circumstances when no compensation may be given. Instead, it states that a separate piece of national legislation must set out the specific circumstances where a court may determine that the amount of compensation is nil.

Previously, Section 25 read:

S25 (2)(b): subject to compensation, the amount of which and the time and manner of payment of which have either been agreed to by those affected or decided or approved by a court.

The amendment adds the following to S25 (2)(b):

Provided that in accordance with subsection (3A) a court may, where land and any improvements thereon are expropriated for the purposes of land reform, determine that the amount of compensation is nil.

and adds this section as S25 (3)(a)

S25 (3)(a) : National legislation must, subject to subsections (2) and (3), set out specific circumstances where a court may determine that the amount of compensation is nil.

Written submissions must be received by no later than Friday, 31 January 2020. Submissions and enquiries must be directed to Mr V Ramaano at this email address. (You will find they shrewdly have quickly removed the page with the email address- but here is a link to solidarity to object to this blatant property theft scam from the ANC/EFF:


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Phase 1 contains 278 pieces of land to be expropriatedjust guess WHO’s land this thieving criminals has in their cross hairs? And that will not be Ramaphosa’s OR Mabusa’s- nether is this part of the government land Mabuza is bragging about- as they already are pushing to grab ALL land. So…we have the communist ANC already planning to dish out YOUR land even before the bill is approved – which brings us to the conclusion that this commi criminals are going to force through that evil little piece of paper- irrespective who says what! Now chew on this one and digest slowly. Trust us on this one. Which one of the next have you packed already...your bags…or your ammunition supplies? You see Ramaphosa and his ilk are expecting  you to  just to fall over and hand your property on a platter to them after a bit of fear mongering, a jail sentence or two and so on. The Zimbabwean whites went that cowardly way- and you all know where that brought them. It is time you get your useless arses  in gear and start preparing for resistance against land grab agendas. Either way- you gonna need one of the two- bags or ammunition –  real soon!




THREE communist laws waiting for you on 2020 you should take careful  note of:

3 proposed laws every #SouthAfrican should know about heading into 2020

Transitioning from #socialism to #communism –
• Land Expropriation (Theft)
• Full nationalization of Healthcare
• Nationalize Reserve Bank



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It is a huge propaganda stunt pulled by Renwick and his British farts to disown the white Afrikaner after they already managed to disarm them, took all their rights away, disposes them ,destroyed their history and culture, impoverished them, forced them out of the job market- and now aims to disown them as well…making them nothing more than alienated modern nomads who all eventually without property- will land in squatter (concentration) camps again. This is a direct onslaught against the white Afrikaner orchestrated directly from Britain.  Cyril and his ANC gangsters are callous and sneaky opportunists that permanently lies to the country and bamboozle their supporters . They only serve the best interests of their British masters and their own bank accounts. And the EFF is in cahoots with them. We urge each and everybody to go and oppose that demonic land “expropriation” draft now! It’s time this criminal ANC degenerates and their black mob rule are kicked out of the country before irreparable damage will be the future of all South Africans. DO NOT LET LAND “EXPROPRIATION”  HAPPEN! Never relinquish your right to your property and ownership of land to these sneaky and filthy bastard children of the lesser god- even if it means a full scale civil war. Defend your rights against this diabolical communist onslaught from Ramaphosa and his British masters.




Warning: Malema is right, your property title deeds could soon be worthless – Anthea Jeffery


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