- 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
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.
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.
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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