A R100 000 reward is promised to anyone who can prove beyond reasonable doubt that any commercial farmer stole his land!
In a news statement, Mr. Louis Meintjes, chairman of the TAU SA, said that the organization is tired of accusations that farmers stole land and it is the reason why more votes are being cast for taking land without compensation.
Meintjes say that once and for all, clarity has to be found on this matter. “There are a lot of vague accusations made in this regard, but nobody can come up with any concrete evidence of land theft.
R100 000 Reward
“Therefore, the TAU SA has decided to offer a R100 000 reward to anyone who can, beyond reasonable doubt, prove that any commercial farmer, or member of the TAU SA has unlawfully acquired his land, which could constitute theft,” he said. .
Meintjes added that property rights are providing stability and the basis for economic growth. “Without sound ownership, all other rights will also expire. Yet, our property rights are threatened with lies of ‘theft’, while there is no evidence that any land has been stolen.
“Everyone who believes in economic growth, job creation and poverty alleviation must really stand together and resist the serious threat of popular lies. Do not let the lie continue to determine the direction. ” Sauce
What does R100 000 look like?
So apparently Friday the 7 April is when South Africa will shut down. Every citizen, every city, every one that cares about our country.
Not because of the DA or any political party but because of South Africans.
Do not go to work, or to school or do anything unless you’re taking to the streets in protest.
On Friday, the 7 April South Africans need to take to the streets in masses… wherever you are, with signs of protest to make our collective voice heard.
Block highways, stand with your communities, go to political houses, go to prayer meetings, arrange your own marches. Do whatever you can to make your voice heard.
I will no longer be supporting corruption and the evil that has plagued our beautiful country. I will be joining a nationwide shutdown.
On Friday the 7 April the people of South Africa, regardless of race, or political affiliation will stand up against Zuma & every single other corrupt official.
Together, South Africa will rise! #ZumaMustFall #SouthAfricaMustRise
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HEIDELBERG – Charles Ward (38) was sentenced to an effective eight years in prison on the 14th of March by Mr Pieter du Plessis (magistrate) in the Heidelberg magistrate’s Court for dealing in cannabis (dagga) and two charges for the possession of an unlicensed firearm and ammunition.
His co-accused, Michelle James (28) received a three year prison sentence (suspended for five years) for dealing in cannabis.
The two accused were charged together with Andre Coetzee (who has since passed away) on 25 April last year at a smallholding in Kwikstertjie Street, Boschfontein. They were arrested after a nursery with dagga plants, equipment used in the hydroponic cultivation of dagga, dried dagga and processed dagga was found on the smallholding. The street value of the dagga was more than R1 million.
Ward was sentenced to 10 years (of which two years are suspended for five years) for dealing in dagga and 12 months (suspended for five years) for the possession of an unlicensed firearm and ammunition. He was declared unfit to possess a firearm.”