The concept of expropriation without compensation remains a deeply flawed and damaging one.
Policy Fellow at the South African Institute of Race Relations and Independent Research Consultant
Terence Corrigan Terence Corrigan is a researcher, writer, editor and illustrator. A native of KwaZulu-Natal, he holds a BA (Hons) in Political Science from the University of KwaZulu-Natal (Pietermaritzburg). He is currently a policy fellow at the Institute of Race Relations (IRR), and an independent research consultant for a variety of clients. Over the past 20 years, he has held various positions at the South African Institute of Race Relations (IRR), South African Institute of International Affairs (SAIIA), SBP (formerly known as the Small Business Project) and the Gauteng Legislature – as well as having taught English in Taiwan. He is an experienced writer, and has produced dozens of research papers and media articles, and has edited and reviewed dozens more. His interests are eclectic and include African governance, land and agrarian policy, political culture and political thought, aid and development, corporate governance, enterprise development and business policy. He has published in each of these areas.
'Who Owns The Land?' underlines the need for better information in the national debate around land reform.
28/03/2018 11:14 SAST
There is nothing to suggest that any move to open the way for expropriation without compensation will be limited to land.
01/02/2018 14:30 SAST
Expropriation without compensation would require a fundamental undermining of property rights in South Africa.
17/01/2018 04:57 SAST
Advocating land grabs without compensation distracts from the real issue: farming is hard, risky and uncertain work.
10/01/2018 12:31 SAST
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