The African Farmers Association of South Africa (AFASA) understands government and black farmers’ frustrations over the slow progress of land reform, hence the organisation support the implementation of expropriation without compensation. This is according to Neo Masithela, AFASA chairperson. Masithela was responding to the recent statement made by President Cyril Ramaphosa during his maiden State of the Nation Address.
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