President Cyril Ramaphosa has told wine farmers that their land is safe from illicit land grabs. Speaking while out on the campaign trail, Ramaphosa encouraged the community to view land reform in a positive light.
Ending the Western Cape leg of his election campaign, President Cyril Ramaphosa addressed wine farmers and business men in Stellenbosch.
According to Eyewitness News, Ramaphosa promised attendants that illicit land grabs should be no cause for concern, their land was safe.
"There's not going to be land grabs where you grab land outside of the parameters of our laws."
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The attendants had been allowed to ask the ANC leader questions, which had included land reform policies and economic issues.
Ramaphosa had assured the crowd that, should he be elected, a 'new era' would begin in May. The president said he wanted things to be done 'correctly', minus the corruption and in the bests interests of his people.
Briefly.co.za had reported earlier that Ramaphosa had also denied rumors that there was no real future for white people in South Africa, going as far as joking that he would like to tie young white people to the tree in order to prevent them from leaving.
Ramaphosa had been adamant that the nation had a place for them, calling for cooperation to 'make South Africa great again'.
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