[LISTEN] Heated debate between Land Party and EFF

South Africans will be heading to the polls in less than a month.

Political parties are on the campaign trail trying to convince citizens to vote for them and put them in power.

One of the burning issues that has even made international headlines is land.

Refilwe Moloto hosted the Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) member of the central command team Nazier Paulsen and Land Party chief leader Gcobani Ndzongana, who debated the land issue.

We are saying the state will be the custodian of all land and redistribute it to everyone as per their needs.

Nazier Paulsen, Central command team member - Economic Freedom Fighters

We encourage collective farming on the vacant land.

Gcobani Ndzongana, Chief leader - Land Party

Let's negotiate our deals with Brics (Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa) countries and stop taking everything that is dumped on us by China. We must force them to take more from South Africa.

Gcobani Ndzongana, Chief leader - Land Party

Listen to the full debate below...


This article first appeared on 702 : [LISTEN] Heated debate between Land Party and EFF


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