The engagement with AgriSA isn’t a first and forms part of ongoing interaction between the ANC and civil groups. We’re engaging with students, labor, LGBTI groups and no one must be left behind. #ThumaMinahttps://t.co/VbCKS0xYa2
But isn’t he the problem, triggering a debate on land redistribution without compensation, in an effort to co-opt radical opposition parties, which, in the end, is impeding any chance of a recovery in SA?
Why aren’t the Indy publications editors standing the ground? I’m sure it isn’t easy and Iqbal Survé is a bully, but surely there is a land in the sand that cannot be crossed & that is editorial independence?