Friday, January 27, 2012

Accounts frozen of men leading land invasion

Lauren Snyders
27 January 2012

The Land Affairs Department sent out security guards in aid of stopping land invasion near Wallmansthal.

Afriforum also froze the accounts of the men leading the land invasion.

The land in question was being processed by government for to successful land claimants.

Afriforum’s Willie Spies said that First National Bank (FNB) and Standard Bank confirmed that the bank accounts were indeed frozen.

He added that the next step would be to establish exactly who the beneficiaries are of the account are to summon them for damages.


At Tuesday, 31 January, 2012, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Well we are aware that that piece of land was handed over to the community of Wallmansthal five years ago by the then Minister of Land Affairs, Lulu Xingwana which was approximately ten years after the claim was made.

These are questions we need to ask ourselves. Why is the land still not transferred to the owner in such a long time. Is land reform just a dream South Africa? Is someone collecting a cheque from the farmers.

In my opinion this land could have been transferred within six months after it was handed over. This land invasion colud have been avoided if the land was transferred.

The court is actually supposed to check the facts first before taking any decision than take side of the afriforum which represent white farmers who actually benefitted unduly from that land.


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