“I NEVER DENIED THAT FARM ATTACKS IS ACTUALLY HAPPENING AND IT NEED SPECIAL ATTENTION BUT NOW THAT IT IS ATTRACTING GLOBAL ATTENTION WE MUST TACKLE IT BEFORE IT TARNISH OUR COUNTRIES NAME”
Ramaphosa said more and more world leaders are communicating with him asking him specifically what are his plans about white genocide as he is about to be the country’s president. “These people said they raised this issues before with the president of the country and they got no feed back”.
Ramaphosa said anything that becomes a threat to investments, exporting and bad for the country’s image should be dealt with.
“We don’t have something on the table yet but we want to hear what the farmers says first before we start formulating plans to deal with this cancer”