Economic Freedom Fighters leader Julius Malema  has stated that whites don’t have where to go as South Africa is their home.

He used Zimbabwe as an example that when they sent parking from Zimbabwe they did not go to Europe, they still hung around looking every for means to go back to Zimbabwe.

The red berets leader further noted that not all land will be expropriated from whites, but some and redistributed to those who know how to use the land for farming.

He reiterated that the land will not be free for all, that before anyone gets the land, there must be a comprehensive proposal and feasibility study stating clearly what and how the farms will be used.

Recently, a black man Philani Nthandi  issued out a warning to EFF Julius Malema to desist from causing chaos and confusion with his continuing land grab  as campaign manifesto.

The EFF have been promising black South Africans land that they don’t have legally.

Where are they going to get the land from? Or do they hope to dispossess existing owners with title deeds of their landed property and hand it over to those without land to create an atmosphere of anarchy.

The EFF underscored its demand that all land belong to the state, in contrast to the ANC’s stance, which allows for private ownership of land. The EFF will also ban foreign ownership of land.

Fifty percent of land would be owned by women and youth under the EFF’s rule. All land will be managed by a People’s Land Council, which it will set up.

The EFF also said that it would also nationalise all game reserves, particularly reserves in the Waterberg region in Limpopo, umKhanyakude region in KwaZulu-Natal, which they want to fall under South African National Parks (SANParks).

The EFF, however, will still allow traditional leaders the right to allocate and redistribute land.

The EFF wants to reverse the growing unemployment rate. To do this, it has identified and will declare economic zones in all nine provinces, offering investors tax cuts and factory-building allowances if they employ and sustain a minimum of 2,000 jobs. These companies will also be required to pay minimum wage and pension contributions.

 

 

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Economic Freedom Fighters leader Julius Malema  has stated that whites don’t have where to go as South Africa is their home. He used Zimbabwe as an example that when they sent parking from Zimbabwe they did not go to Europe, they still hung around looking every for means to go...