Farmers in SA are left on their own to fight against forces of nature, only fellow farmers have sympathy

Food production and delivery compromised – Farmers increasingly cautious in current economic climate as well as uncertain about future due to ANC land grab program

ANC’s proposed land grab program is leaving SA farmers uncertain – concern that land will be given to disadvantaged and agricultural production will decline

Only 36,000 Commercial Farmers left from 72,000 that provide food for 58 million in SA, yet they are hunted and slaughtered like animals, and the ANC regime denies this threat to food security!

If expropriation without compensation wasn’t enough, now ANC regime plans new land tax for SA farmers as well

3 Farm Murders in 22 Farm Attacks for July So Far – Yet Still ANC Denies That #FarmMurders and Attacks Are A Reality!

ANC uses army to act against gangs, but silent on the slaughter of farmers – 60 farm murders and 217 farm attacks in firs half of 2019

There’s a false perception by some ignorant black South Africans that farm workers alone are actually the brains behind farming success

Enormous food shortage to hit SA, white farmers are hesitant to produce due to the ANC-regimes plans to seize farms for black empowerment

Western Cape farmers are being slaughtered by barbaric savages during cruel ongoing farm attacks while ANC regime is blindly looking away

Foreign newspaper Daily Mail took notice of horrific crimes against whites in SA: WHY IS THE WORLD SO SILENT ABOUT SOUTH AFRICA? – For one simple reason; The victims are white.

South Africa’s white farmers brace for race war amid land expropriation debate

WATCH | SA farm murders and attacks: Polygraph Analyst Identifies that it’s ‘inside jobs’!(SHARE)

Ramaphosa tells farmers ‘Don’t fear reform process’, do you remember the history of Piet Retief and Dingaan, and poor Jan gets the blame too.

President Ramaphosa says white land owners are no longer in a position to resist government’s land reform policies – ANC-regime to pick up the pace of land reform after election