Farmers Development Association want action on farm attacks

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CEO of the South African Farmers Development Association, Siyabonga Madlala.
CEO of the South African Farmers Development Association, Siyabonga Madlala.

The South African Farmers Development Association (Safda) has condemned the continued attack of farmers. The association also called out the police for what it described as “a slow pace to resolve the crimes”.

The condemnation follows the recent attack of eTeza farmer Mongezi Ntuli (28) on his farm near Richards Bay on Sunday.

Ntuli managed to get away after his security staff managed to fight off the criminals.

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