Constructive conversation over land and farmers fosters healthy debate on Twitter

Constructive conversation over land and farmers fosters healthy debate on Twitter

Land reform has been in the spotlight since the ANC’s December elective conference, and it is believed white farmers plan to flee the country.

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Since the land expropriation without compensation poked its head out in SA, Australia and Russia opened its arms to white farmers, who fear for their lives in South Africa.

Recently a debate on Twitter proved South Africans are much more mature over the issues then it is believed.

A tweep called Ntuthuko Mdima wrote on Twitter, “Like engineers, some smart countries are open their arms to South African farmers. Russia understands & appreciate the skilful South African farmer,currently endangered commodity in South Africa. Why South Africa is so shortsighted about this matter? Zim, here we come!!!”

Briefly.co.za saw his post sparked a healthy debate on Twitter, and some tweeps felt they could understand why white farmers would want to flee the country.

Kunda Scozin Mambwe wrote, “The violent and aggressive tone in some Leaders when talking about taking the land forcefully will scare me too to flee to another place if I was a farmer . It’s not what you say by how you say it!”

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Social media user @towerofdorne added, “It's not about land,they want us to hate each other.old but effective tactic,divide & conquer.this is communism.everything will belong to the state and south africans will suffer.”

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