South Africa has attracted international attention over the last year after President Cyril Ramaphosa outlined plans for land reforms which would allow the Government to unilaterally expropriate land without compensation.
Mr Ramaphosa has repeatedly insisted the “stability of the country” would be at stake without the reform despite the outcry of white farmers claiming to be unjustly targeted by the seizure. Brexiteer Tory MP Andrew Bridgen urged Theresa May to speak out against the proposed reforms during a tense PMQs session.
The PM responded by quoting Ramaphosa’s assurance that the process will be legal without negatively influencing the country economically or socially.
Andrew Bridgen warned that South Africa is at the point of “…becoming just another African country changing from a bread basket into a basket case…”
By: Front National SA
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