The IMF approves of South Africa’s controversial land reform as long as the highly contentious process is “rules-based”. According to civil rights organization AfriForum, the ANC’s claim that whites own up to 80% of the land in the country is false, and accurate figures that the government owns 24% of the land and an additional 34.5% of the land is owned by black people.
The South African government recently offered to buy two farms for $1.8 million when they are valued at $18-million. When the owners refused, the communist government evicted them from their land. The communist government places the political value of a single-race program above all other considerations.