Parliament approves motion on expropriation without compensation

FaSMaN

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Why the obsession with free, it will be seized and redistributed.

and then what?

We wait 60-100 years and then they(white people) claim to have had land taken and get the land back that was taken from their parents, and we repeat the cycle?
 

Sollie

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and then what?

We wait 60-100 years and then they(white people) claim to have had land taken and get the land back that was taken from their parents, and we repeat the cycle?
Nope, wait 5 years. That beggar at the robot with a sign badmouthing the govt, silently saying how he wishes for the good old apartheid days, will be KSM93.

And Sollie will just shake his head an drive away ...
 

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Sakeliga is imploring the groups listed in the document – which include Agri SA, the Banking Association of South Africa, and the American Chamber of Commerce, among others – to verify that the study accurately records their supposed support of the Bill. At the same time, it appears that opposing voices, from organisations such as Sakeliga, the Institute of Race Relations, and the Free Market Foundation, among others, are not considered in the SEIA, thus creating the façade of unanimous support among civil society for the Bill.


Sakeliga condemns both the apparent withholding of the document from public consideration as well as glaring deficiencies regarding its content.


Gerhard van Onselen, Sakeliga senior analyst, notes that “Impact studies are typically measured against international standards. The present assessment, in our estimation, does not meet the benchmarks of a rigorous regulatory impact assessment. It rather reads like a political justification for expropriation policy and does not really account for the cost of the proposal.”


Among other things, the document claims banks will benefit from an increase in their mortgage books due to expropriation and state policy. Sakeliga regards this claim as factually unfounded.


“Moreover”, continues Van Onselen, “the document also does not model the impact of expropriation policies on for instance GDP trend growth, unemployment, investment, and poverty. Instead, it only concerns itself with direct costs to the state – for instance, defending against litigation – and not economic consequences.”


In terms of the analysis on whether the Bill will deter investment, the document merely dismisses investor concerns by claiming such concerns are “weakly supported”, noting that, there is “no empirical evidence” to support an observation of deterrence of investment. Yet, Sakeliga notes that the since the previous administration a weakening (flattening) trend of investment by private enterprises are clearly visible. Moreover, the Ramaphosa administration did little to recover broad metrics such as growth in private capital formation by business enterprises.
 

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Typical white hypocrisy as usual. Look here, these are the the harsh facts. Whites are a minority and blacks are the majority. A country can only succeed because of it's majority, this is the reason land reform isn't talked about in Australia. Life isn't fair deal with it.
LOL. Yes SA is is the only country where the majority apparently needs protection from the minority. And you hit the nail on the head. A country can only succeed if its majority is productive and not focused on taking. Whenever land reform is talked about people conveniently forget about all the land owned by government which is practically black owned.

Maybe they run additional generators at a huge cost during that period.
They do which is worrisome. All so some politicians can't make other plans to sign some bills.

Why the obsession with free, it will be seized and redistributed.
It will be seized, it will not be redistributed. You will not have the opportunity to own any of it.
 

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Nope, wait 5 years. That beggar at the robot with a sign badmouthing the govt, silently saying how he wishes for the good old apartheid days, will be KSM93.

And Sollie will just shake his head an drive away ...
A white supremacist revenge fantasy, sadly.
 

Unhappy438

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A white supremacist revenge fantasy

Does it trigger you that you're white in this meme?

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Swa

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And here it is

Only 2% of blacks believe racism or land reform should be the focus.
 
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