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Bank Tells South African Farmers They Will Have to Pay Debts for Property Seized by the State

South African farmers subjected to land expropriation without compensation will still have to pay off their debts for property which has been seized by the state, according to a major bank.

In an email from Nedbank widely circulated on social media, now confirmed as genuine by Head of Group Media Relations Kedibonea Molopyane, according to The South African, farmers are warned that their debts will have to be paid in full even after their property is confiscated by the government.

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Bank Tells South African Farmers They Will Have to Pay For Debt

ladylove

Good luck on that, once the farmers have fled the country, and those "assigned" to these farms have absolutely zero idea of how to translate their new agricultural "wealth" into actual farm production!!

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