“EWC” as signifier of the divergent conversations we are having

This weekend, I read on the making of the interim Constitution and the multi-party negotiations in the early 1990s. Keeping a close look at the current amendment process, I have learned that making a Constitution is a messy process. It is not a linear process, with a beginning and an end. It does not have … Continue reading “EWC” as signifier of the divergent conversations we are having

South African Research Chair in Property Law Submission on the Expropriation Bill B23 – 2020

This is the written submission authored by various academics that formed a Think Tank under the South African Research Chair for Property Law. The work of the chair, under the leadership of Prof ZsaZsa Boggenpoel, is focused on the development of a new property law for South Africa. It is aimed particularly at exploring the role of property law in the new constitutional dispensation.