The constitutionality of the Expropriation Bill is currently under discussion in Parliament.
This bill will allow for the state to expropriate private property for public use or interest and makes room for compensation that is as low as 70% of market value.
Mike Wills interviewed EWN Parliamentary Correspondent Gaye Davis.
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A sloppily worded bill could damage the economy.— Gaye Davis
If you don’t sue within 60 days, it’s assumed that you accept the price you’re given.— Gaye Davis
Banks will be much more guarded in extending loans.— Gaye Davis
Fears are that this could lead to food insecurity and job losses.— Gaye Davis