The Black First Land First (BLF) party took to Twitter to share snaps of the new house they occupied.
On Sunday, the BLF shared a photo on social media of house they moved into because it was empty.
Briefly.co.za learned the property is situated in Brooklyn, Pretoria.
Andile Mngxitama's party captioned the post, "#OurHomeland or death, we will win. BLF occupying the Brooklyn house, since nobody stays there. Land is ours and everything in it. Land or death."
The post left South Africans with mixed feelings. The BLF's supporters praised their actions and some even asked the party to help them get homes.
Social media user @VpZitha quoted the bible, writing: "Mathew 11:12. If you don't use force, it's impossible to enter the Kingdom of God. So, I guess you are doing fine."
Another tweep, @ndou_vhonani, commented: "@CityTshwane has build houses and flats in mamelodi by Solomon mahlangu drive and no one's staying there and we living in shaks, those are our houses and @MYANC should not even think about telling us that those houses are for ppl who applied in 1994."
Other social media users condemned the unlawful occupation of property.
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