Russia ‘tries to woo’white South African farmers amid land seizures in their homeland


Russian authorities are encouraging farmers from South Africa to move abroad in the hope of boosting the country’s agricultural industry.

This follows the announcement from the council for the city of Ekurhuleni to seize acres of land from private owners to build housing.

This summer South Africa’s President Cyril Ramaphosa announced that he wanted to change the country’s constitution to allow expropriations, a move which received widespread condemnation throughout the country.

Russian authorities are wooing South Africans to move abroad in the hope of boosting the country's agricultural industry following President Cyril Ramaphosa (above) expropriation laws

Russian authorities are wooing South Africans to move abroad in the hope of boosting the country’s agricultural industry following President Cyril Ramaphosa (above) expropriation laws

Putin's government has already removed the tourist visa requirements for South Africans enabling them buy potential homes

Putin's government has already removed the tourist visa requirements for South Africans enabling them buy potential homes

Putin’s government has already removed the tourist visa requirements for South…

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