- President Ramaphosa and former president, Jacob Zuma, are scheduled to have a serious meeting
- This comes after Zuma shared his opinion on the South African land issue - and it differs from the ANC's official stance
- Zuma feels that land should be nationalised
Jacob Zuma's comments on South Africa's land issue landed him in hot water. The former president divided the ruling party when he shared his opinion on social media.
Zuma said land must be owned by the state - something the ANC does not support.
Now President Ramaphosa had Zuma is scheduled to have a meeting about the land comments.
Zuma's comments have ruined the ANC image of unity, as reported on by The South African.
The nationalisation of land is something the EFF supports, and they likely admire Zuma for saying he thinks it's the best solution to poverty in South Africa.
It is no secret that despite being removed from power, Zuma still holds a lot of sway in the ruling party. His influence cannot be denied, and Briefly.co.za learned that the president wants to put an end to Zuma's counter-productive influence.
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