Why Expropriation Without Compensation Would Devastate South Africa’s Future
South Africa’s only flirtation with liberty was a brief stint in the 1990s, at the height of the optimism around the end of the socialist Apartheid regime. Now, its Parliament is at an advanced stage of adopting a constitutional amendment that would allow the government to expropriate private property without compensation, which would be disastrous for the people and the economy of South Africa.
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