Parliament's Constitutional Review Committee - which is looking into amending Section 25 of the Constitution, that deals with expropriation of land without compensation - will embark on a provincial tour to hold public hearings on the subject from next month.
From June 26 to August 4, the committee will - in two teams - travel to the nine provinces, where they will hold at least three meetings per province in different venues.
Parliament goes into recess from June 15 for two months, and will only return in mid-August.
The breakdown of the tour by province is:
Province Date Number of meetings
Northern Cape June 26 - 30 Four meetings
Limpopo June 27 - 30 Four meetings
Mpumalanga July 02 - 04 Three meetings
Free State July 02 - 04 Three meetings
North West July 17 - 19 Three meetings
KwaZulu-Natal July 18 - 21 Four meetings
Eastern Cape July 23 - 28 Four meetings
Gauteng July 26 - 28 Three meetings
Western Cape August 01 - 04 Five meetings
To view the specific towns and cities that will be visited, as well as their respective venues, click HERE.
Members of the public can still make written submissions to the committee, either by letter or email, before June 15.
Details on how to submit a written submission can be found on Parliament's website HERE.
There will also be one final phase for oral submissions in Parliament from August 7 to 17. Presenters will be invited based on the submissions received.
A date for a colloquium with experts, academics, policy makers, faith-based groups, the South African Local Government Association and many others was also in the pipeline.