Thank you, hon Speaker. I'm certain that what I said does take that into account. That is why I said that the Minister of Rural Development and Land Reform was working on these matters. I'm sure that those kinds of court appearances and decisions must say to the Minister that there is something that needs to be put right here. That is why he is working on the matter. I'm certain that that will happen.
There are a lot of problems with this matter. It is not just a one-sided problem. Commissioners in different places have been taking decisions. Some people heard very late that they needed to apply, etc. So there are many, many other things regarding this matter.
I'm saying that the Minister is working to look at everything so that we can have an approach that will be less difficult to deal with, in order to correct things that have not necessarily gone very well on this matter. That is why we said that the Minister was working on this and he is going to put it through the proper channels, as a conclusion of the Green Paper that has been put forward with regard to these matters. Thank you.