Ruling ANC Drops South African Land Bombshell
The African National Congress' resolution to go ahead with expropriation of land without compensation will not undermine the economy, newly elected party president Cyril Ramaphosa has promised. However, analysts have questioned how the economy will be affected by the sudden shift, with some saying that consequences of the resolution may be seen as early as Thursday morning through the markets.
News24Wire, 21 December 2017
The ANC's resolution to go ahead with expropriation of land without compensation will not undermine the economy, newly elected party president Cyril Ramaphosa promised. Read more »
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- 20 December 2017
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