South Africa's New President Has Declared That He Wants To Confiscate Land From White Farmers Without Compensation

Simon Black, Business Insider/Sovereign Man: South Africa's new president wants to confiscate land from white farmers

* Cyril Ramaphosa is South Africa's new president.
* He replaced scandal-ridden Jacob Zuma.
* "The expropriation of land without compensation is envisaged as one of the measures that we will use to accelerate redistribution of land to black South Africans," Ramaphosa said.

If you've been following much international news, you've probably heard that, after literally years of scandal, abuse, and incompetence, South Africa's president Jacob Zuma was finally forced to resign last week.

This is a big deal for South Africa.

The country has been suffering for nearly a decade under Zuma's corruption.

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WNU Editor: South African President Cyril Ramaphosa wants to do the same thing that Robert Mugabe did in Zimbabwe when he expropriated land from white farmers and drove them out of the country .... but he promises to do it better. He is using even the same rhetoric that Robert Mugabe used promising how this will benefit economy. My prediction .... the opposite is now going to happen. No one in his right mind is going to now invest a penny into South Africa's agricultural sector. No one.

More News On South Africa's New President Declaring That He Wants To Confiscate Land From White Farmers Without Compensation

'We will not allow smash-and-grab interventions' – Ramaphosa on land expropriation without compensation -- News 24
South Africa's Ramaphosa Says Land Expropriation Won't Be 'Smash and Grab' -- US News and World Report
WATCH: Taking of land from indigenous the original sin, says Ramaphosa -- ENCA
South Africa's Ramaphosa promises to accelerate land redistribution -- News 24
New South African president wants to seize land from white farmers without compensation -- RT
What happens if SA expropriates land without compensation? -- Ray Mahlaka, Moneyweb
Why expropriation without compensation is incompatible with economic growth -- Terence Corrigan, News 24

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