Cyril, your words of safety for White farmers farms are a load of sh*t, farms are under siege – this is why it should worry us all

I’ve decided to retain this article on Editor’s Choice as it has provoked a huge response and brings into sharp focus the sort of dire consequences of the ANC’s carelessness over expropriation without compensation.

This may be considered as an ‘unintended’ consequence of the ANC’s ‘land reform process’. The IRR has argued repeatedly since the start of the process that this is the sort of dire situation that can spiral out of control. This is the most high profile thus far, most of the previous acts being against black farmers.

‘It’s mayhem here.’

These are the words of Mrs Luan Anderson, whose family has worked the Emerald Dale Farm in the Donnybrook area of KwaZulu-Natal for the past century. Within the confines of a tough, unforgiving farming economy, it’s a large, value-adding operation – a plantation, a dairy and a sawmill – providing work to some 350 people (some
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Ramaphosa tells farmers ‘Don’t fear reform process’, do you remember the history of Piet Retief and Dingaan, and poor Jan gets the blame too.

Farmers shouldn’t see themselves as an island, President Cyril Ramaphosa told wine farmers and businessmen when his campaign trail took him to the Beyerskloof wine estate outside Stellenbosch.

He said farmers should be part of the solutions facing the country, and they should embrace change.

Ramaphosa said South African farmers were really good, but that the country also came from a “very sad history, a terrible history, particularly on issues of the land”.

He said, as he did in his State of the Nation Address last year, that land was South Africa’s original sin.

“It happened when Jan van Riebeeck first set foot here,” Ramaphosa said.

“The future is a good future if we all work together.”

The solution was not to be isolationist, he said.

According to Ramaphosa, individual farmers found ways to address the “horrible past” and include their wor
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Part 1:- Juju you are just like Andile Mngxitama, a big fat joke:- Malema Fires Back: ‘I Am Ready To Govern South Africa’ (video)

The boisterous leader of the Economic Freedom Fighter (EFF) has slammed those who say he is not fit to govern South Africa.

Malema urged all to look at his impeccable records in the past, so they can see that he can do better if given the opportunity.

He noted that he would fire useless ministers that are costing the taxpayers so much to maintain and lead a South Africa of our dreams.

The EFF is up for a grueling 2019, as the EFF is correct in targeting younger voters and the majority of poor blacks who believe they can get land should the party take over the government.

EFF’s first attempt at the polls in the 2014 general elections saw the party gain 6% of the lion’s share of votes.

Independent polls by market research company Ipsos have the EFF coming in at 7% for this year’s elections.

The party says it is not conducting any internal polls, nor does it have a specific targeted outcome. It is rather focusing on getti
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ANC has set his sight on 30 farms in Northern-Cape province to steal once the parliamentary processes have been finalised

The ANC in the Northern Cape was in the process of doing an audit of all privately-owned as well as state-owned land.

A TOTAL of 30 farms in the Northern Cape, including several large commercial farms, have been identified by the provincial ANC for possible expropriation without compensation once the parliamentary processes have been finalised.

Vineyards and mixed farming farms in the Keimoes, Kakamas and Kanoneiland area seem to be on the radar in the list published on social media earlier this week by ANC provincial secretary Deshi Ngxanga.

Ngxanga said yesterday that the ANC in the Northern Cape was in the process of doing an audit of all privately-owned as well as state-owned land.

“This is to ensure that once the process of amending Section 25 of the Constitution has been finalised, we are able to speedily ensure that the land is distributed to especially young people who are interested in working the land,” said Ngxanga.

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ANC regime landgrab program is used in an attempt to recruit government votes for the upcoming election

The Department of Public Works says a “rapid follow-up” process is planned to make land available quickly to give momentum to the landgrab program.

The state has a property portfolio of more than 93,000 buildings and more than 1.9 million hectares of land under the control of the Department.

The government’s land-grabbing program entails that land, as well as any other property, can be claimed by the rulers without compensation.

During a briefing in the parliamentary committee, Sasa Subban, the deputy director general of the department said a 100 properties were earmarked to be released by the end of 2019, and 100 properties in the following year financial year.

He says the North West has been identified as the province with the largest number of outstanding restitution claims, which apparently cover 93 properties.

Subban says the province had a total of 261 properties that were claiming a total of 142,000 hectare
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Illegal land grabs in North West province took place during the weekend and SAPS were unresponsive, ignoring calls for help – Notice the cars driven by the land thieves in the picture attached

Illegal land grab incident occurred on January 12, 2019 in De Wildt, situated in the North West Province.

According to witnesses the South African Police Services (SAPS) were unresponsive, ignoring calls for help, doing nothing despite trespassing cases that have been opened.

President Ramaphosa of South Africa in September, 2018 announced in New York to main stream media at the United Nations that there are no illegal land grabs in South Africa as he was talking about foreign investments.

Illegal Land grabs happen often almost every weekend and have done for several years, this is just another example.

Originally posted by Break The Silence End Caucasian Genocide In South-Africa
This report does not necessarily reflects the opinion of SA-news.


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