CAPE TOWN - Parliament on Friday cautioned that not discovering an answer for the land question could lead South Africa to a Zimbabwe-like circumstance.
The admonition came from Mathole Motshekga, who seats Parliament's impromptu board entrusted with altering area 25 to make land confiscation without remuneration express.
The panel met on Friday to proceed with considerations on the argumentative revision.
Gatherings have so far not had the option to concur on the Amendment Bill where it alludes to no pay, state custodianship of land and the real need to correct the actual Constitution.
Panel Chairperson Motshekga required the finish of the interaction and cautioned that South Africa could become like Zimbabwe.
"On the off chance that we neglect to do so it implies that we are choosing a Zimbabwe arrangement, and it's anything but a tragic day if what occurred in Zimbabwe comes to South Africa."
Monetary Freedom Fighters MP Floyd Shivambu said his gathering couldn't help contradicting whatever discusses remuneration.
"We in a general sense can't help contradicting the ANC's overhauled position so whatever will say subject to pay we are never going to consent to that."
The gatherings have consented to submit modified variants of their entries and to proceed with conversations at the following gathering.
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