This group wants minority communities to form own country called Hartland by 2024, with Cape Town as its capital

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A Mossel Bay-based group says it is campaigning for minority communities to form their own country  by 2024
A Mossel Bay-based group says it is campaigning for minority communities to form their own country by 2024
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Sometime in 2024, marking the start of the new post-Covid-19 era, President Cyril Ramaphosa finds himself humiliated as he governs only half of South Africa.

The other half is now called Hartland, Africa’s 56th independent state under the control of minority communities including “white, brown and Indian population groups”.

A cunning laughter is heard all the way from Nkandla in KwaZulu-Natal, one of the few provinces that will remain untouched by the wave of secession given momentum last year by a Western Cape-based game hunter under the banner of the civil rights group, Verenigde Vryheids Alliansie or the United Liberty Alliance (ULA).

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