ANC’s disastrous failures regarding redistribution of farm land

Front Nasional SA

A report by Roelof Venter exposes some facts about farms that the ANC has acquired. On a two week visit to farms around the country it was discovered that:

Twenty top crop and dairy farms in the Eastern Cape, bought for R11.6-million and returned to a Kokstad community, are now informal settlements.

A once thriving potato farm in the KwaZulu-Natal Midlands is now a makeshift soccer field.

Ten thousand people given back 8000ha of prime fruit and macadamia farms in Limpopo are crippled by R5-million debt.

A former multimillion rand tea estate in Magoebaskloof in Limpopo has become an overgrown forest.

More than five tons of a macadamia nut crop on a reclaimed Limpopo farm was so poor that it was dumped into the Levubu river.

A R22-million irrigation system built by the government to supply water to new farmers in KwaZulu-Natal lies unused.

The truth is that at least 90% of land reform projects have failed, and that means for many of the people involved their circumstances have not improved and for some, have even got worse. And all this is happening in the midst of a rise in food prices.

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