Let’s bring land reform that makes people land owners, not life-long tenants!

Speak out about land expropriation without compensation

Parliament is currently considering changing the Constitution to allow for land expropriation without compensation.

You have only one chance to have a say in your area. Click here to see when and contact us on 086 122 5532 for more information about the land meeting in your area.

Join hundreds of thousands of South Africans who wrote to Parliament before the first deadline.

We now have until 4 August 2018 to get as many South Africans as possible to public land hearings across the country.

If you cannot attend a hearing, we ask that you please make a small contribution to our campaign.

Every cent makes a difference.



What we believe

  • We want South Africans to OWN their land and property.
  • We are against the ANC and EFF’s plan to change the Constitution to allow government to expropriate land without compensation. This would make government the owner of all property and land, and citizens would have to rent their homes and land from government for life.
  • South Africa suffers from a history of black people being denied land ownership.
  • We do not need to change the Constitution to address this, we need government action.
  • Under our plan, we will return land to the people through the biggest land redistribution in South African history. We will put the people first.

Land reform works best in the DA-led Western Cape



Our plan for land reform under a DA national government

  • The DA will prioritise land reform in the budget and cut back on unnecessary spending.
  • Communal land will be given to those living on it, and suitable government-owned land that isn’t used will be divided.
  • Title deeds will be given to urban housing beneficiaries so that they can pass their homes on to their children.
  • Farmworkers can own shares in the farms they work on through voluntary incentivised partnerships.
  • Those land owners who want to farm will receive the support they need to be successful, by passing on skills and sharing the resources and markets they need to sell their goods.