10 April 2021

Tracking the Expropriation Bill in Parliament

The Minister of Public Works and Infrastructure introduced the Expropriation Bill in Parliament on 15 October 2020.

The purpose of the Expropriation Bill is to:

  • Repeal the existing Expropriation Act 63 of 1975
  • Provide a common framework in line with the Constitution to guide the processes and procedures for expropriation of property by organs of state
  • Provide for instances where expropriation with nil compensation may be just and equitable.

Useful:

Joint Inter-Ministerial Committee Statement on Land Reform

Section 25 Review Process

Expropriation Bill 2015

Expropriation Bill 2008

The Portfolio Committee on Public Works and Infrastructure released the Bill for public comment/written submissions on 10 December 2020

 

 

25 Mar 2021

Expropriation Bill: public hearings day 2

24 Mar 2021

Expropriation Bill: public hearings

03 Feb 2021

Expropriation Bill: process & overview of submissions

24 Nov 2020

Expropriation Bill: briefing by Department of Public Works & Infrastructure, with Minister

On 8 April 2021, the Committee commenced its nation-wide public hearings (which is due to end in June 2021) on the bill. Full Programme: here

Limpopo Public Hearings

11 April 2021: see video

10 April 2021: see video l Media Statement l Media Statement

9 April 2021: see video  l Media Statement l Media Statement

8 April 2021: see video  l Media Statement

Mpumalanga Public Hearings

18 April 2021: see video 

17 April 2021: see video l Media Statement

16 April 2021: see video

15 April 2021:         l Media Statement

North West Public Hearings

25 April 2021: see video l Media Statement

24 April 2021: see video   l Media Statement

23 April 2021: see video

22 April 2021: see video l Media Statement

Gauteng Public Hearings 

09 May 2021: see video

08 May 2021: see video | Media Statement 

07 May 2021: see video | Media Statement 

06 May 2021: see video | Media Statement

 

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