The main reason land reform in South Africa has been lethargic is not the Constitution, but a flawed approach.
Ramaphosa's stimulus package is more interesting for what it says about the politics of economic decision making than for its likely impact on the economy.
A survey shows that support for land reform in South Africa differs according to race.
Some South African land owners feel like the current debate portrays them as being opposed to reform rather than cooperative.
The US president's comments about South Africa's land reform stem from his view that whites are under attack from blacks.
South Africa's ruling party, the ANC , is mishandling the process leading towards land expropriation without compensation.
It's becoming increasingly difficult to take South Africa's ruling party seriously when it talks about economic reform.
South Africans can't afford to let the land debate be reduced to a shouting match.
Land is culturally and historically important to people and often this is ignored when addressing land issues.
Clarifying when and how the South African constitution allows for expropriation of land without compensation will strengthen property rights.
South Africa's constitution has been amended 17 times already. But, the procedure for doing so is onerous.
The fires tearing through the Athens region are not an act of God, but a direct result of corruption and systematic disregard for the law.
The latest World Bank report on South Africa addresses solutions to the country's economic challenges.
The whole island has been in common ownership for centuries, but foreign investors want individual property rights.
South Africa's land reform debate must not lose sight of the real issue: how to provide enough food to feed its people.
South Africa urgently needs to rethink its existing agricultural model.
The current debate about land reform in South Africa could open the door to reviewing urban land ownership issues.
South Africa's President, Cyril Ramaphosa, needs to quickly address key challenges to restart the economy.
Some communities on South Africa's Platinum Belt have received substantial mining revenues, but these are controlled by chiefs.
In practice, land expropriation in South Africa will be a matter of deciding which descendants of the dispossessed are entitled to it.