Advisory panel on land reform recommends expropriation without compensation in certain circumstances only

Land reform cannot be postponed any longer this according to President Ramaphosa's advisory panel on land reform and agriculture.

The panel was appointed in September last year and has released its final report looking into who should benefit, what land can be expropriated and when expropriation with or without compensation should be applicable.

Agri SA has in the meantime criticised the report saying that if the panel's recommendations are carried out to the T, food security will be compromised.

Business Day TV sat down with Bulelwa Mabasa who is a member on that advisory panel for a detailed look at what's been put forward to fast-track the country's land reform policy. ​