While land expropriation is still a hotly debated issue for many, President Ramaphosa told those who are opposed to it that they should come to their senses. The president added that land reform cannot be resisted or stopped.
President Ramaphosa was addressing the crowd at a government function to hand over title deeds on the West Coast when he told South Africans that land reform can't be resisted or stopped.
SowetanLIVE reported that the president added that those who are still resisting the process must come to their senses.
To those who are still resisting‚ we are saying: please come to your senses. This is a programme you cannot stop‚ that you cannot resist. Please come work with us. this is land that we must all share.
The president also took the opportunity to make it clear that there are farmers who are working with the government to help give back the land.
There are those farmers who are agreeing to work with us‚ who are part of this settlement.
We call on those other farmers who are still resisting‚ who are still doubtful about the future‚ we want to say to them‚ who are still asking many questions‚ we must say to them: the restitution of land to its rightful owners‚ it's time is now.
Briefly.co.za gathered that the title deeds that were handed over were to the Griqua and Khoi communities of Ebenhaeser.
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