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Nation in Conversation - 16 May'17 - Resolving Land Issues with Eusebius McKaiser

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Nampo 2017 - 16 May Eusebius McKaiser – Resolving Land Issues: Join Eusebius McKaiser (702/Cape Talk) along with his panel guests at the Nation in Conversation studio recordings at NAMPO Harvest Day, where the discussion revolves around the issues surrounding land reform.
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Monalisa Banks (22 days ago)
Fleur D'Rose If expropriation of land without payment is a thorn in the current conversation, the logic would then be why not compensate the land owners, and then in return, the land owners MUST then pay back what is owed to black people whose land was taken from them without payment?? This would be fair but I guess this option would be debated against also!
Wtf No (1 month ago)
How about a debate on the actual history of South Africa instead of the ol' "white man came and took it all" narrative?
Fleur D'Rose (2 months ago)
All those African countries receive huge amounts of aid from Western countries. South Africa did not receive aid in the apartheid era but now receive aid from many Western countries. The USA gives SA $300 million a year.
Fleur D'Rose (2 months ago)
How can the man in the street understand 'food security'? I think the masses want the basics. A piece of land with a house with water, electricity, sewerage, garbage disposal etc. Why hasn't the government allocated land and built municipal housing areas with shops, schools, police and health services etc which would generate jobs and a fair standard of living? People should not have to live in shacks or have to spend hours traveling on trains and buses to work. Factories and jobs should be established close to those areas. That R700 billion loss in corruption by the ANC in the last 20 years could have achieved much of this. It is irresponsible to expropriate land without compensation putting food security at risk as a band aid for corruption.
Monalisa Banks (22 days ago)
Fleur D'Rose If expropriation of land without payment is a thorn in the current conversation, the logic would then be why not compensate the land owners, and then in return, the land owners MUST then pay back what is owed to black people whose land was taken from them without payment?? This would be fair but I guess this option would be debated against also!
Mbulelo Magidela (2 months ago)
Dr prince Mashele is on point.
shand seimela (7 months ago)
hope hope ......we dont want to follow the failure of my African brothers

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