Columns 28.3.2017 05:31 am

Land reform issue the elephant in the room

South Africa cannot put off the land issue any longer.

President Robert Mugabe of Zimbabwe was 74 in 1998 when the Zimbabwean land grabs were effected after Zimbabwe’s British colonisers had washed their hands off any responsibility towards financing land reform in Zimbabwe. President Jacob Zuma is 74 now and was apparently the biggest proponent of land expropriation without compensation in the ANC’s latest NEC meeting.

Land reform issue the elephant in the room
Land reform issue the elephant in the room

Land reform issue the elephant in the room

South Africa cannot put off the land issue any longer.

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