Ramaphosa to UNGA: Seized South African farmlands ‘to be shared by all’ | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED


Ramaphosa to UNGA: Seized South African farmlands ‘to be shared by all’

South African President Cyril Ramaphosa warned the UN General Assembly that his government is planning to implement controversial reforms to correct racially skewed land-ownership patterns.

According to the President, the ruling African National Congress (ANC) is currently holding consultations on the reform that had previously evoked widespread outrage across the international community.

“Nelson Mandela’s vision continues to guide us as we seek to improve the lives of our people in many ways,” Ramaphosa said. “We have started a comprehensive dialogue on the question of land reforms, as we seek ways to guarantee the land is shared by all.”

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if you want to improve your

gralton

if you want to improve your peoples lives you better grow some food!

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