CGTN Africa – South African President Cyril Ramaphosa has warned against land invasions. It follows a land grab north of Johannesburg, which provoked clashes with police. The ruling African National Congress is seeking to change the Constitution to expropriate land without compensation. Most of South Africa’s land is still owned by the white minority.
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President Ramaphosa said that the process of Land reform will be “quicken up” while taking a shot at one of their neighbors stating “we will be better than Zimbabwe”. President Cyril Ramaphosa made the comments on Wednesday in discussions with Moody’s on the various initiatives underway to accelerate the country’s economic growth and create jobs. Ramaphosa also reaffirmed that accelerated land reform would unfold within a clear legal framework and without negatively affecting economic growth‚ agricultural production and food security and that land reform will not hurt those efforts. Moody’s is a provider of credit ratings‚ research and risk analysis.