Trump needn't fear land expropriation: Ramaphosa

NEW YORK - President Cyril Ramaphosa has again reassured the international community that South Africa will find its own solution to the land crisis.

He addressed the United Nations council on foreign relations in New York.  

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Ramaphosa told delegations from around the world that the country is capable of resolving its land woes, independently.

US President Donald Trump in August tweeted that he asked his Secretary of State to closely study the land reform process in South Africa.

"If Mr Trump was here, I would have told him this problem is going to be resolved in a typical South African way, because we have been able to solve our problems in the past," Ramaphosa said.