Expropriation without compensation will not help its intended beneficiaries – JAMES PERON
The entire land confiscation project is a disaster that will not help the people it is meant to help. It is based on a world that does not exist any longer. No prosperous nation today relies on a large percentage of the population owning agricultural land.
The ANC wants to redistribute 30% of all land. That sort of goal forces them to look at either farms or game reserves, land that will not help the typical black South African find prosperity. The land that will help most is not rural but urban—it is homes and trading stalls for street vendors.
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Publish date: 02 May 2019
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