The African National Congress (ANC) secretary general Ace Magashule spoke about the ruling party's plans to expropriate land without compensation.
While speaking during a commemoration of the Vaal 1984 uprising, Magashule opened up about land reform and he said it was time that the majority got the land back.
The Citizen reported the ANC SG said the country should expropriate land without compensation and he added they needed to give land to the rightful owners.
Magashule said black people have been building whites' roads and homes while working for them as well, and it was time for blacks to own land and farms.
Briefly.co.za learned Magashule said all South Africans are equal and no black person's child should call a white man 'baas'.
However, he added strategies needed to be put in place to help black people succeed as farmers and business people.
So, he suggested that regional ANC not only speak about radical transformation but implement ways to empower the majority.
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