Theresa May: Britain supports legal and transparent land reform

Theresa May: Britain supports legal and transparent land reform

- If land reform happens legally, Britain is in support of it, so says their prime minister

- Theresa May, British Prime Minister, announced during her visit to South Africa that Britain has supported legal land reform for some time now

- May added that she wants Britain to invest in Africa, and South Africa

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Britain's Prime Minister Theresa May visited South Africa and announced that they support land reform - if it's legal.

She stated that Britain has supported the idea of land reform for some time. But only if it is done democratically and legally.

She added it's something she brought up with President Ramaphosa earlier in London.

TimesLIVE reported May said she would be discussing land reform with President Ramaphosa during her visit.

She arrived in South Africa early on Monday morning, as Briefly.co.za reported earlier.

The 2 leaders will be discussing the potential of partnerships between SA and the UK.

The Prime Minister further stated there would be investment in Africa. She wants to create partnerships with countries in Africa that are based on shared security and prosperity.

She wants Britain to be the number 1 G7 investor in Africa by 2022.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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