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David
No I do not
The Bill in its entirety
Any proposed bill which side-steps the existing legal system has to be questioned. Creating a "legal system" which is not answerable to the Constitutional Court or any other court, and deprives people the right to challenge and appeal decisions in the national court system can not be deemed to to be constitutional.

Taking short cuts to pursue populist political agendas at the expense of democratic and constitutional rights will bring the country to it's knees and make every citizen of South Africa poorer for it - of course the politically connected will be unaffected.

Wilhelmina
No I do not
The Bill in its entirety
There is NO NEED for an ADDITIONAL COURT SYSTEM. It will only INCREASE STATE EXPENDITURE, without really adding value.
Ernst
No I do not
The Bill in its entirety
Amounts to theft.
Kristy
No I do not
The Bill in its entirety
Daniela
No I do not
The Bill in its entirety
All the land expropriation bills and new laws concern me greatly and I don't support what I have heard or seen so far.
Robert
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Pamela
No I do not
The Bill in its entirety
Danie
No I do not
The Bill in its entirety
Terrence
No I do not
Other
There no need to duplicate an existing, just make sure the correct people make up the composition of the existing Court
Don
No I do not
The Bill in its entirety
Taking land from someone who legally owns it is simply wrong. We cannot keep looking over our shoulders at what went on 100years ago. It was wrong then and its wrong now. A willing seller and a willing buyer is the only right way to go. There is more than enough land in the hands of the government and tribal trusts that can be distributed to people who are really in need, so why isn’t that being investigated and reported on? People who want to own land to build on or even to farm on have to work for it like I have over the past sixty years, no one assisted me, I am still paying the agreed price. No I do not agree to this approach it smacks of that slippery slide to dictatorship.
Sean
No I do not
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Kevin
No I do not
The Bill in its entirety
Grant
No I do not
The Bill in its entirety
We don't need more courts, we need less corruption. The bill does not address how the government plans to solve the food crisis we are about to face. They seem happy to sell us out to China instead of preserving what we have left of our food sovereignty.
It has been 30 years since WE ALL tore down the evils of Apartheid and you still can't sort out basic corruption, how will you ever resolve a complex matter such as land claims?
This bill is not the solution, deal with corruption swiftly instead of begging the corrupt to participate in court proceedings. Then the court system will not be overburdened and then complex issues such as this one, can get the attention they deserve by people equipped to provide it.
Rodney
No I do not
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Theo
No I do not
The Bill in its entirety
Nicholas
No I do not
The Bill in its entirety
Louw
No I do not
The Bill in its entirety
Unnecessary bureaucratic process
Robin
No I do not
The Bill in its entirety
THE ANC Government incompetence and history of theft knows no bounds. If you want to start claiming land take from the ANC cadres first see what happens then.

Leave us alone and stop the theft all of this crap is going to come out and you will all be held liable.

Just like ZUMA JAIL TIME
Jurie
Yes I do
2. Establishment, composition, seal, seat and Jurisdiction
Jannie
No I do not
The Bill in its entirety
This is an attempt to bypass our judicial system so that ordinary citizens and private entities can't have the ability to have a fair "fight" to present their evidence. It has huge negative repercussions for SA as a viable place for international investments. Nobody wants to invest in a country where their property can be stripped away just like that.