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Assessing and promoting civil and minority rights in South Africa.

[Source: Politicsweb by Alana Bailey.]

In June 2018 the foundation South African Monitor hosted a colloquium in The Hague, The Netherlands, with the theme “Expropriation without compensation: comparing politics and property rights in Zimbabwe and South Africa”.

The speakers at this event were Dr Admore Tshuma of the University of Kent and Dr Heinrich Matthee of the University of Amsterdam.

Dr Tshuma specialises in research on poverty, social justice, corporate social responsibility, socio-economic inequalities, re-distributive and reparative justice. As part of his study for his master’s degree, completed in 2004 at City University London, he studied Zimbabwean land reform and reached the conclusion that the programme had been a disaster.

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