Corrupt David Mabuza appointed to regulate land reform, land theft

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Corrupt David Mabuza appointed to regulate land reform, land theft. Photo: Die Vryburger
Corrupt David Mabuza appointed to regulate land reform, land theft. Photo: Die Vryburger

The former Mpumalanga Premier, David Mabuza, is labeled “as corrupt as can come” and is intrinsically linked to corruption and the Guptas.

A political analyst said his corruption involvements could not be reasoned away and that he is unreabilitable, according to Ralph Mathekga.

Now Ramaphosa has appointed him to coordinate land reform and implement measures to speed up land theft.

Mabuza will be assisted by the “garlic minister”, Nkosazana Dlamini Zuma, and eight other ministers.

Ramaphosa is alleged to be appointing a panel of experts to assist the ministers technically with the land expropriation without compensation.

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