South Africa's downward spiral: Bernardi

December 11, 2018

White South Africans will be forced to give up their own homes from next year as the nation's government steamrolls through plans for land expropriation over claims 'Africa's original sin' must be reversed.

In March this year, Conservative Party leader Senator Cory Bernardi supported then Immigration Minister Peter Dutton's call for visas for white South African farmers who were being targeted in South Africa because of their skin colour.

The Daily Mail reports, Land is a huge issue in South Africa where racial inequality remains entrenched more than two decades after the end of apartheid. 

South African President Cyril Ramaphosa (pictured) has made land redistribution from white farmers to black citizens a flagship policy.

The National Assembly agreed to the establishment of a committee that will draft an amendment to section 25 of the Constitution – a law which will allow the government to take homes from the people – and refuse to pay them compensation.

Senator Bernardi has told Paul Murray Live on Sky News he's not surprised the international community isn't up in arms about the dispossession. 

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