‘Jacob Zuma presided over the dismantling of the land reform program in SA'

Jacob Zuma presided over the dismantling of the land reform program in South Africa.

So said Professor Ruth Hall of the Institute for Poverty, Land and Agrarian Studies (University of the Western Cape) in an interview with CapeTalk’s John Maytham.

Hall said the ANC is talking more about land, but doing less.

Listen to the interview below for more detail (and/or scroll down for quotes from it).

Jacob Zuma presided over the dismantling of the land reform program in South Africa.

Professor Ruth Hall

There are those in the ANC who see the land issue as a non-issue.

Professor Ruth Hall

Less than 30 000 white people are private land owners in South Africa.

Professor Ruth Hall

Political promises are made that cannot be kept.

Professor Ruth Hall

The ANC are talking more about land, but doing less.

Professor Ruth Hall

Expropriation is needed, but not the solution by itself.

Professor Ruth Hall
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