Katie Hopkins' work on farm murders will harm investment and tourism in South Africa

Katie Hopkins' work on farm murders will harm investment and tourism in South Africa

- Katie Hopkins is like a dog with a bone over the farm murders in South Africa,

- And some believe she might be doing more harm than good

- Siph Ndlovu commented on Hopkins' recent post, questioning if she was racist before adding her work hurts investment and tourism in SA

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The UK journalist visited the country to report on the brutality of farm murders. Briefly.co.za reported at the time, Hopkins said she took it upon herself to find out what's going on, since it was an issue widely ignored by the government, police and world media.

She finished her documentary and attempted to leave the county. However, she was detained at a SA airport because her passport was flagged for spreading racial hate.

But, even after that she would not let the farm murders go. On Wednesday, she posted a tweet on social media about her progress.

Her tweet received mixed reactions, but one reply on her post stood out in particular, that of Twitter celeb Siph Ndlovu.

"I don't know whether Katie is a closet racist or a good samaritan, but whatever it is, the international attention that South Africa's farm murders are getting will harm investment and tourism leading to more unemployment. ANC needs to stop being arrogant, sort the problem out.", he commented.

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However, his reply was also met with different opinions, some saying she is racist while others said she was helping the farmers' situation in the country.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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