22 January 2016
By Rashida Ntotela
It seems the African National Congress (ANC) has a long way to go in redressing the historical injustice of land dispossession, denial of access to land and forced removals in South Africa.
Since coming to power in 1994, the ruling ANC’s land reform policy that is based on a willing seller-willing buyer model, has sought to redistribute wealth to blacks by imposing rules that require industries to sell stakes in companies to black investors.
Speaking at the ANC’s 104th birthday in Rustenburg recently, President Jacob Zuma questioned why the state was paying for “stolen land”.
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