The ANC’s aspiring candidate for the leadership post, Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma, said straight away that whites had stolen the land from blacks and robbed the country.
She criticizes whites who oppose radical transformation, saying that if she is elected president, would take whites on a bus tour to show how poorly blacks live in informal squatter camps. She will undoubtedly apply radical economic transformation if elected president.
Analysts, however, point out that the most prominent growth of squatter camps has taken place since the ANC took over the rule.
However, it is feared that Dlamini-Zuma will apply land expropriation without compensation if she became president.
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