On Tuesday, the ANC neglected to persuade gatherings and summon the 66% larger part vote it expected to push the bill through.
Just 204 MPs casted a ballot for the bill, while 145 casted a ballot against it.
During the discussion, impromptu board administrator Dr Mathole Motshekga said the correction charge tried to address a wrongdoing against the African greater part.
"The people who need to decide in favor of us are the recipients of this wrongdoing against Africans and are joined by Africans who don't have the foggiest idea about these violations, and are participated in an unholy alliance."
"With or without them, the ANC will make the land accessible to individuals. Without this, the triple test of neediness, joblessness and social ills will proceed. The individuals who don't uphold this, say [the] enduring of individuals of color should proceed," Motshekga said.
DA MP Annelie Lotriet said the constitution and Section 25 were not hindrances in the method of land change.
She said making vulnerability around property freedoms conflicted with law and order.
"This change will effectsly affect future speculation. This isn't what the nation needs during the hour of Covid-19 and pulverization. The bill states there'll be no monetary ramifications. This is franticness.
"Making vulnerability property freedoms is in opposition to law and order. The constitution the way things are gives enactment. There is no compelling reason to change the constitution and it falls foul of the established test," she said.
EFF pioneer Julius Malema said any individual who passed the bill was selling individuals of color out.
"The bill this House is approached to support today will make individuals of color many strides back," Malema said.
"We reject the statement of nothing remuneration just on the grounds that it's dubious. We know the course of remuneration has characterized circumstances where pay can be nothing. This bill doesn't sufficiently address the confiscation of land without pay ."
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