Government ready to start land reform programme: Mabuza

Government ready to start land reform programme: Mabuza

12.9.2019

Government ready to start land reform programme: Mabuza

Deputy President David Mabuza emphasises that all land redistribution will take place within the confines of the law.

It was the first time the deputy president has fielded questions in the National Council of Provinces in the sixth democratic Parliament.

“I want to say to our farmers, commercial farmers, white farmers, there is no need to panic,” Mabuza said.

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