A road sign leading to lenyenye location outside Tzaneen. Photo: Supplied

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Public hearings into land expropriation continue in Lenyenye, Limpopo

Solly Makganoto

TZANEEN, June 29 – Public hearings into expropriation of land without compensation continue on Friday in Lenyenye community hall, Tzaneen in Limpopo.

Julius Malema and Terror Lekota will again be engaging each other on the Land debate in Lenyenye Community Hall outside Tzaneen. PIC: Twitter

A statement from Vincent Smith, the co-chairperson of the joint Constitutional Review Committee looking into the possible review of section 25 of the Constitution, said the latest round of public hearings will take place in Tzaneen’s Lenyenye.

Public hearings have already taken place in other parts of Limpopo as well as the Northern Cape this week.

Earlier this year, the National Assembly and the National Council of Provinces voted to ascertain whether a review of Section 25 of the Constitution and other clauses are necessary to make it possible for the state to expropriate land in the public interest without compensation, and to propose constitutional amendments where necessary.

The public hearings form part of the review process and has seen the Constitutional Review Committee split into two teams which this month has seen them holding public meetings in Limpopo and the Northern Cape, before moving onto the other provinces.

The public hearings are set to continue until early August.

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