A German academic told a panel discussion earlier this week that the New Economic Equitable Empowerment Framework interferes with investment treaties and is not in line with legitimate and fair expectations under international law. The NEEEF Bill interferes with the ownership of private property and the constitutional provision of Willing Buyer, Willing Seller. In a panel discussion held by the Konrad Adenauer Foundation, Prof. Dr. Matthias Herdegen, Chair for Public, European and. Continue reading