UK Prime Minister Welcomes 'Legal' South African Land Reform
"The UK has for some time now supported land reform that is legal and transparent and generated through a democratic process ... I welcome the comments that President Ramaphosa has already made, bearing in mind the economic and social aspects of it ... I think he's made some comments that it won't be a smash and grab approach. I think there's an opportunity to unlock investment," said UK Prime Minister Theresa May during a working visit to South Africa.
South Africa: British Prime Minister Welcomes 'Legal' Land Reform
News24Wire, 28 August 2018
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