19 May 2017
By Arabile Gumede and Amogelang Mbatha
“More than two decades after white-minority rule ended in South Africa, most of its profitable farms and estates are still owned by white people, and about 95 percent of the country’s wealth is in the hands of 10 percent of the population. President Jacob Zuma, in his final year as head of the ruling African National Congress, is vowing to step up wealth distribution and promising “radical economic transformation,” including constitutional changes to allow the government to expropriate land without paying for it…” – Bloomberg
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