- President Ramaphosa said that South Africa would take on its land reform problems by following Nelson Mandela's example of democracy
- Ramaphosa is confident that South Africa will solve all its problems as it did in the past
- The President was addressing the fears of American investors when he was asked about the land issue
South Africa's president was speaking to American investors on 24 September when the country's land issue came up.
He calmed their fears by saying that South Africa will deal with the land problems in the same way apartheid was dealt with - as Nelson Mandela would have wanted it.
President Ramaphosa said SA will follow Mandela's democratic example.
Questions about SA's economy, corruption and Ramaphosa's stimulus package were also asked, according to a report by EWN.
The president managed to answer all the questions he faced and also said that South Africa has been able to solve its problems in the past and will do so again.
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