In a 30-page leaked document, Thabo Mbeki states that taking land from white people to give to black people suggests that whites are not "fully South African" to the ruling African National Congress (ANC). The former president also slammed Julius Malema for the exclusion of white people from the Economic Freedom Fighters leader's interpretation of "our people", calling it "vulgar and gross misrepresentation of the ANC's historic position".
#LandExpropriation - ANC's Magashule Warns Mbeki to Respect Party Decisions
News24Wire, 26 September 2018
ANC secretary general Ace Magashule has taken a jibe at former president Thabo Mbeki, saying that, as a "loyal member of the ANC", he should respect, abide by and toe the line on… Read more »
Land Expropriation - Mbeki Slams ANC for Deviating From Non-Racialism
News24Wire, 25 September 2018
Former president Thabo Mbeki has lashed out at the ANC, saying its new policy to expropriate land without compensation is a deviation from non-racialism, which is the party's… Read more »
Top: Farmhouse in the Free State. Bottom-left: African National Congress flag. Bottom-right: Former president Thabo Mbeki.
Ramaphosa Assures Diplomatic Community on Land Reform
News24Wire, 14 September 2018
Land redistribution is necessary to correct the injustices of South Africa's apartheid history, President Cyril Ramaphosa told the diplomatic community in Pretoria on Friday. Read more »
Land Reform in South Africa: Fact and Fiction
ICG, 6 September 2018
U.S. President Donald Trump touched off a diplomatic row with South Africa by repeating an erroneous broadcast about land reform there. In this Q&A, our Southern Africa Senior… Read more »
President Cyril Ramaphosa has said in parliament that if land reform did not happen, it would lead to instability. He said that there is "an increasing consensus at home and abroad ... Read more »
South African MPs have accused AfriForum of insulting them after the deputy CEO Ernst Roets claimed that white people acquired the land by settling on the empty land, the purchase ... Read more »
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