'Black people cannot rule' - caller

A caller to the Eusebius McKaiser show on Thursday morning erupted into an emotive tirade during a conversation on land reform.

What has black rule given us? Where has black rule gotten us? Look what mess we are in.

Francesco, caller to the Eusebius McKaiser Show

Saying 'black people cannot rule', Francesco from Kuils River called into the show to weigh in on the question of land reform and farm attacks.

He went on to blame the 'black government' for the issues affecting the country - including, he said, corruption, violence and the weak rand.

His comments come in light of a proposed move by an Australian MP to fast-track the visas of white farmers seeking to leave South Africa.

Immigration MP Peter Dutton believes white farmers in South Africa are facing 'horrific circumstances as a result of land reform.

Listen as caller Francesco talks about life under 'black rule':


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