Lynsey Chutel, a journalist with Quartz Africa, talks about the political situation in the country and what to expect leading up to next year's national elections.
According to the South African govt’s Land Audit Report: Farm land & agricultural holdings make up 91% of the total land in South Africa & 2.6% of the land is categorized as urban.
Wandile Sihlobo, South African agricultural economist, discusses the government's proposed policy of land expropriation without compensation.
Dirk Kotzé, political science professor at the University of South Africa, speaks about the challenges faced by new President Cyril Ramaphosa in tackling issues such as the economy and land reform.
Margaret Evans, European correspondent for CBC News, provides an update on the water crisis in Cape Town, from where she recently returned on assignment.
Access to fresh water is one of the most fundamental human needs, and only 3% of the world’s water is fresh water. Over 1.2 billion people in the world live in areas of physical water scarcity. Another 1.6 billion face water shortage.