S.Africa: Potential violence expected, farm invaders and expropriation in Pretoria

[There are blacks who try to invade white property. The law is made to favour them. If they remain on your property for 48 hours you can no longer evict them. You have to move really fast or else YOU HAVE TO PROVIDE THEM WITH WATER, TOILETS, ETC!!! This is just one of many laws aimed against the whites of SA. BTW, be aware that black politicians and political parties drive the blacks to invade the land. Without constant pressure from these filthy black politicians, these blacks would never even bother doing this because they have no interest in working on the land or using it for any genuine purpose. In one rare instance, like this, we see blacks actually occupying the land of another black! This is the first time I’ve come across such an incident. Jan]

A mob of land grabbers just outside Pretoria, some armed and threatening with petrol bombs against the media and anyone who tries to stop them. The sheriff will deliver Afriforum and Dr Maserumule’s eviction notice this afternoon, 3 September 2018.

“AfriForum assisted the farmer, Dr Motodi Maserumule, after trespassers started occupying and selling his land. With AfriForum help, he filed a complaint of trespassing after the Soshanguve police station initially refused to investigate the case. Until now, the police are conspicuous in their absence to protect Maserumule property,” says Ian Cameron, AfriForum Head of Community Safety.

And AfriForum’s kallie kriel is fighting with Johan Steenkamp against expropriation of his farm at 10% of market value, AfriForum’s Ian Cameron is in the field fighting with farmer Motodi Maserumule to have illegal land grabbers removed after the police refused to open a case.

Twitter reports from Ian Cameron of AfriForum

South Africa Today – South Africa News

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One thought on “S.Africa: Potential violence expected, farm invaders and expropriation in Pretoria

  • 11th September 2018 at 5:41 am
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    I wonder why nobody has ever planted booby-traps on these farms?

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