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Ian
No I do not
The Bill in its entirety
The proposed land court, while a potentially useful tool, is a poorly conceived and vulnerable institution when viewed with the consideration with the current ruling party's own internal policies. The attempts to grab land from under the feet of people who have paid over generations for the land that they occupy purely by the state or frivolous or malicious claims against a landowner. We see the land holdings of tribal leaders increasing hugely over the last 20 years and such land is neither farmed, nor productive, but rather lying mostly unoccupied.

As can be easily seen, the abuse by government institutions and employees over the last 20 years the potential of unjustified enrichment is widely open to abuse, and the unlawful permeation of communist state ownership ideologies in a democratic country where freedoms of property ownership are guaranteed as a right.
James
No I do not
The Bill in its entirety
Owen
No I do not
The Bill in its entirety
The ANC has run out of things to steal and break.. this is another attempt to cripple the economy and sabotage and hurt their own people ! Stupid !! Corrupt insanity !!!
Koos
No I do not
The Bill in its entirety
Frik
No I do not
3. Judges, officers and assessors
The process of apointment of Judges is a very big concern as it is based on politics and that is absurd
Karien
Yes I do
No concerns
I support the special court for this process because citizens of a country should be protected by the letter of the law so that governments and parties who are biased towards citizens rights are prevented by such a court to succeed in abuse of those citizens rights.
Johnny
No I do not
The Bill in its entirety
This will destroy SA’s. The government has no business taking land and property from people a specially if it’s to the detriment of everyone
Johan
No I do not
The Bill in its entirety
All through human history you have payed for what you own.

This goes against our constitution and basic human rights.
Mark
No I do not
The Bill in its entirety
Vertrou nie die regering
Paul
No I do not
The Bill in its entirety
Greed is what is driving this insanity. Legal property owners have had to work to PAY for what they rightfully own and not without great sacrifices either in many cases. As for a special land court? Well, we all know that it is just a formality so that the government can go ahead and TAKE from people without any opposition. Don't be under the impression that the entire nation will stand for this. The government is here to serve the public and that includes being just and fair.
Chantel
No I do not
The Bill in its entirety
Hierdie is net n manier vir die ANC om cadres in diens te neem om te verseker dat die ongrondwetlike proses van EWC bespoedig word .
Reg
No I do not
The Bill in its entirety
We appose this bill. The government should look carefully at its proposed land grabs. They must scrap the whole of their expropriation without compensation in its entirety. We have bought our property through the bank. Who will pay it off if the government takes it?
Candice
No I do not
The Bill in its entirety
Everything the ANC is involved with is marred by corruption. How will this be any different? I'm quite sure the "courts" set up to deal with EWC will be equally as corrupt. I do not & NEVER will support this land theft!
Neil
No I do not
The Bill in its entirety
Neil
No I do not
The Bill in its entirety
Shane
No I do not
Other
Remove guns from criminals and police supplying then first. Take away armed guards from sele.
Thandabantu
Yes I do
The Bill in its entirety
Jakes
No I do not
The Bill in its entirety
Angeline
No I do not
The Bill in its entirety
The government wants to make our country a communist country..... They want the rule of everything so they can steal more then they already have....
Graham
No I do not
The Bill in its entirety
Why seperate this from the normal courts ? It smacks of pure evil. We already living in one of the most corrupt countries in the world.