After the constitutional amendment to allow expropriation without compensation failed to pass in South Africa’s National Assembly, the EFF threatened it would look at “extra-parliamentary means of repossessing … stolen land”. “This is not the end of the fight for land repossession, the fight has just begun,” it said in a statement released shortly after the vote, which brought a process of three years and nine months to an end. Minister of Justice and Correctional Services, Ronald Lamola, also expressed his disappointment, saying that this is not the end of the road.