Again I make the point that the sunset clauses should be discussed at an economic indaba.
That said, land ownership in South Africa has a painful history since it played a central role in the racially divisive politics of the past. It is for that reason that land ownership must be dealt with fairly and why the constitutional right to own land must be realised quickly and effectively by government.
The failure of the current government to make sufficient progress on equitable land ownership deprives South Africans of a vital nation building tool. The UDM maintains that slow delivery of land occurs due to corruption, ineffective government and maladministration.
The UDM therefore proposes that the process of equitable land distribution must be streamlined and accelerated.