Clinton warns Ramaphosa: Handle land expropriation with care

Clinton warns Ramaphosa: Handle land expropriation with care

- Bill Clinton, the USA's former president met up and had a chat with President Ramaphosa in Sandton

- They were attending the Discovery Leadership Summit

- Clinton told Ramaphosa that he should handle the land expropriation matter carefully lest he gets hurt

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America's former president, Bill Clinton, gave South Africa's current president, Cyril Ramaphosa, a word of caution: Be careful how you handle land expropriation.

Clinton feels that Ramaphosa could get hurt if it blows up in his face.

President Ramaphosa and Bill Clinton were having a chat at the Discovery Leadership Summit held in Sandton.

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Clinton agrees that land must be shared among all South Africans, but the country's reputation could suffer if expropriation is forced, according to a report by EWN.

He further added that if people don't get land, they will end up losing faith in government and the president.

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President Ramaphosa said that he understands that people are concerned about the economy, but they must put their faith in the fact that SA is on a path of recovery.

We’ve emerged from a period of turbulence and are now embarking on a new path of growth and renewal. A new dawn as it were.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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