BREAKING NEWS:- International court warns SA:- “Land expropriation without compensation is illegal in international law”

Universal Treaty law is a superior law, it always applies. The international community has warned against the illegality in land expropriation without compensation. Land or Property Expropriation Plan is Against Human Rights Charter.

HEREWITH Highlights to the Human Rights pertaining to this sensitive matter;

Universal Declaration of Human Rights.

Article 17.

(1) Everyone has the right to own property alone as well as in association with others.
(2) No one shall be arbitrarily deprived of his property.

South Africa has signed and ratified a number of similar treaties.

Expropriation, in particular if there is a racist angle, without compensation is illegal in international law. International Law is superior law, it takes precedence over municipal (national) law.

The African Charter on Human and Peoples’ Rights (ACHPR).

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Race row erupted in South Africa after recruitment drive for just black doctors – South African officials advertise 100 new doctors, but not for whites

A race row has broken out in South Africa after health officials advertised for 100 new doctors, but did not allow white medics to apply for specialist roles.

The health department in the KwaZulu-Natal province expanded its registrar programme for 2019 from 314 to 414, but aimed to fill the new posts with only black candidates.

Health bosses said the move was implemented to redress the country’s historical racial imbalance of Apartheid that saw most high-ranking positions filed by white doctors.

Campaigners and human rights activists have branded the recruitment policy ‘discriminatory, unconstitutional and racist’.

Leaked documents show the department wanted to train a total of 366 black doctors and had already recruited 32 Indian, 12 white and four mixed race registrars, but need a further 100 black medics to meet employment equity targets.

The registrar programme trains doctors to become specialists over a four-
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