South Africa's main opposition party says it could go to court to stop proposed land reforms after the country's National Assembly endorsed a report calling for the constitution to be changed, paving the way for expropriations without compensation.
White South Africans still own almost two-thirds of the country's land. But President Cyril Ramaphosa's government hopes to transfer 30 percent of the land back to black owners by 2030 in a fast redistribution process.
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