ANC urges citizens not to resort to violence over land issue
Members pf Parliament and leader of the African People’s Convention Themba Godi says the issue must be addressed responsibly.
JOHANNESBURG – The African National Congress (ANC) has urged South Africans not to resort to violence when tackling the land issue.
Unisa hosted a debate on Monday on land reform where a number of parties and organisations debated land expropriation without compensation.
Member of Parliament and leader of the African People’s Convention Themba Godi says the issue must be addressed responsibly.
“They’re watching these discussions, they’re observing and they can see that maybe we’re not giving it the level of thoughtfulness it deserves.”
Truth is incontrovertible. Panic may resent it, ignorance may deride it, malice may distort it, but there it is. - Winston Churchill #LandDebate @MTLekota @0Deidre @vanitacoetzee @Loate11 @LNtshanyana— Team COPE (@COPE_SA) April 30, 2018
#LandDebate "We should not buy the land as it was taken through genocide. We will be thanking them for killing black people.” CIC Malema— #RegisterToVoteEFF (@vusiking) April 30, 2018