2018 became known as the year that land expropriation without compensation was finally adopted. Briefly.co.za takes a look at 4 local celebs who had their own say on land reform.
Nandi and Zakes Madida showed off their forward-thinking approach to parenting as they bought a piece of land for their 1-year-old baby.
Instead of buying toy cars and splashing money on a big birthday bash, Nandi revealed via social media that she opted to buy the plot, which the family plans to develop into a farm.
The dancer boasted on Instagram after the purchase of her second property in Nelspruit.
Some of her fans were rubbed up the wrong way as it seemed Zodwa was mocking those unable to afford a home.
However, TshisaLIVE reported that her post was directed at other celebrities – the ones who rent lavish penthouses but who end up back in poverty due to living the high life.
The TV and radio personality slammed Donal Trump in response to comments he made relative to the land debate within South Africa.
The US President shared a tweet indicating he would be looking into the land seizures and killing of white farmers.
Dudumashe hit back at Trump saying that land distribution is inevitable and that many white South Africans are concerned about the imbalance and are happy for it to be resolved.
Gospel star, Tumisang Makweya (also known as Dr Tumi), performed to a crowd of 30 000 at the Voortrekker monument in Pretoria.
Dr Tumi said the gathering was largely due to the land issue in the country.
TshisaLIVE reported that he feels that a spiritual stand needs to also be taken with regards to the debate.
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