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"We Fought for the Land not for Democracy, Lest you forget ~Maponga Joshua III

This point is valid, but a lot of our people are not ready for the land. After they get the land, what are they going to do with it. Do they think that land is just taking a tractor start farming wherever they feel like.

As a person who has been farming for quite some time, it takes hard work, it takes determination and commitment for a person to achieve an effective harvest.

Our youth are full in taverns drinking beer. Our youth that are party animals. The people that have a clubby character, what will they do with the land? This is the question, I think that is why the government is delaying the process of handing over the land to black people.

Black people, they cry for things that they are not ready for. Unless if the government is going to give certain training to people before they can give them the land, or someone should we show them a proof of why do they need the land, and what did they do with the small land that they have, that would qualify a person weather to have a lend or not. Not just another waste like Zimbabwe did with their own

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"We Fought for the Land not for Democracy! Lest you forget!"

~Maponga Joshua III

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