“AfriBusiness supports property rights. We monitor what happens in parliament, deliver input, and take cases to court if necessary. But it would not be wise to put all one’s eggs in the basket of better political decisions. Therefore, we also work to protect our members’ interests – and the public interest – even under the worst possible political leadership.
– Piet le Roux, CEO AfriBusiness –
Constitutional Review Committee public consultations schedule
Limpopo & Northern Cape 27 – 30 Junie 201
Mpumalanga & Freestate 2 – 4 Julie 2018
Natal & North-West 17 – 19 Julie 2018
Gauteng & Eastern-Cape 26 – 28 Julie 2018
Western-Cape 1 – 4 Augustus 2018
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AfriBusiness opposes the amendment of the Constitution to facilitate expropriation without
AfriBusiness has submitted its objections to the proposed amendments in writing to the Constitutional Review Committee. It includes
- AfriBusiness’s position, authored by Piet le Roux, CEO of AfriBusiness
- Objections from a constitutional perspective, authored by Professor Koos Malan of the University of Pretoria
- Objections from an international law perspective, authored by Professor Hennie Strydom of the University of Johannesburg
- Objections from an economic perspective, authored by Russell Lamberti, macro-strategist at ETM Analytics
- An commentary on factual and statistical errors in the motion for expropriation without compensation proposed by the EFF and ANC and carried in Parliament.
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