Section 25 change is not an essential step in addressing land reform

It is unnecessary to shake confidence in the foundations of SA by changing section 25 of the constitution to ‘make explicit what is already implicit’


Policy uncertainty is often seen as one of the drawbacks to South Africa’s investment case, especially over the past decade, as long-term fixed investment has been weak and as a result the country’s economic growth rate has struggled — adding to the already unacceptable  unemployment and inequality levels in the country...

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