South african cyril ramaphosa promises to speed up land reform across Africa by moving away from agriculture.
“These lands are very precious to Africans and will be the main battleground for land reform,” Ramaphosa says. The new policy is expected to start in 2018.
The minister is a former prime minister of southern Ghana, before being elected to his current position in 2009. He says that he’s ready to use the African National Congress to fight for land reform at the continent’s heart.
“Our party has been supporting people in Ghana who are fighting for land reform across Africa. We think it is possible to achieve what Ghana has been trying to achieve,” he says.
Ramaphosa구미안마, who was elected to Parliament in February for four terms, won a number of new seats in Ghana last October after Ghana won a majority government for the first time since 1958. His party is now expected to win at least 40 out of 90 seats in Ghana’s parliament for next year’s legislative election.
His party is opposed to the African Union’s decision to launch a separate mission to boost regional land reform. Ghana has been one of Africa’s poorest countries before this mission and it has been criticised for its lack of attention to this subject.
The minister says African nations should also ta코인 카지노ke steps toward African governance on their own. For instance, Sout바카라 사이트h Africa already implements some land redistribution initiatives but South African president Jacob Zuma continues to insist that the plan will have no effect.