Title deeds considered for inhabitants of communal land in SA

The African National Congress (ANC), during its 54th policy conference, decided that people living on communal land in South Africa (SA) should gain ownership of the land they inhabit. These lands are owned by the government and under the custodianship of traditional leaders. When the commission examining legal and management issues…

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ANC decides on expropriation without compensation in SA

The National Executive Committee of the African National Congress (ANC) was ordered to propose changes to Article 25 of the South African (SA) Constitution that will make the expropriation of land without compensation possible. The decision was made during ANC’s 54th national conference at the Nasrec Expo centre in Johannesburg.…

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Bird flu: Egg shortage reality for SA

About 15% of South Africa’s laying hens have already been culled due to an outbreak of bird flu. The disease is causing havoc in the poultry industry. Dr Charlotte Nkuna, acting executive officer for the South African Poultry Association, earlier said due to the number of chickens culled, egg shortages…

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Bird flu now in eight SA provinces

The Northern Cape is the only province in the country spared from bird flu, which has wiped out up to 20% of the country’s lay chickens This indicates the virus is not yet under control. Meanwhile, more than 4.2 million chickens were culled or have died from the virus, the…

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