Mabuza: The ‘land theft’ program won’t affect the economy

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Mabuza: The 'land theft' program won't affect the economy. Photo: Die Vryburger
Mabuza: The 'land theft' program won't affect the economy. Photo: Die Vryburger

The ANC’s ‘land theft’ program is not a threat and will have no negative impact on the country’s economic situation. The remark came from the ANC’s deputy president, David Mabuza, during his speech in parliament.

He says white commercial farmers are willing to donate land to the ANC government to help the land theft succeed. The deputy president later reiterated that the land theft program is not a threat to the economic sector of the country.

He says the ANC government is not going to seize land from important food producers, but wants to rectify the “injustice of the past”.

Mabusa says white farmers have emerged and are willing to donate land and this is a positive move to ensure the program will succeed.

Photo – Mabuza

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