While, the EFF and the Nation Assembly wait for the Parliament’s constitutional review committee to consider whether to allow the amended of the motion put forward by EFF leader Julius Malema, expropriation of land without compensation.
AfriForum has issued a statement announcing that, it will launching a comprehensive international campaign to foreign government and investors worldwide alerting them that their property rights in South Africa are being threaten.
And the AfriForum says it will also inform them that their investment in South Africa is not safe should the plan for property expropriation without compensation be approved.
According to Kallie Kriel, CEO of AfriForum, the campaign will be launched with a memorandum that will be handed over to the embassies of countries trading with South Africa. This memorandum will carefully outline the property right in South Africa.
The memorandum will also be sent to embassies of all countries, whose citizens have investment in South Africa. Kriel says this memorandum will pressure the government not to go ahead with the plan to amend the constitution to make expropriation without compensation possible.
AfriForum says it will fight with everything it has to prevent South Africa becoming the second Zimbabwe.