Tag Archives: Farm Attacks

AFASA concerned about the ongoing attacks on farmers

FacebookTwitterLinkedinemailPrintSABC News, 24 February 2020 The African Farmers Association of South Africa (AFASA) has expressed concern about the ongoing attacks on farmers in the country. Read More

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We will protect ourselves, say farmers after attacks escalate

FacebookTwitterLinkedinemailPrintLuke Folb, Weekend Argus, 9 June 2019 In a week of violent farm attacks that sent shock waves throughout the country, farm residents are fed up with talk and have decided to take control of their own safety. Read More

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‘Every attack on a farm is an attack on our country’ – ANC Western Cape condemns farm attacks

FacebookTwitterLinkedinemailPrintAlex Mitchley, News24, 17 December 2018 The ANC in the Western Cape has spoken out against the spate of farm attacks in the province, and called on police to intensify their intelligence operations against those who carry out such attacks. … Continue reading

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AfriForum in Australia to talk about farm attacks and murders in SA

FacebookTwitterLinkedinemailPrintNico Gous, Sowetan Live, 14 October 2018 The civil rights group AfriForum is on the campaign trail again. This time they’re Down Under to discuss farm attacks and murders. Read More

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Three killed in separate farm attacks over the weekend

FacebookTwitterLinkedinemailPrintCitizen Reporter, 25 June 2018 Three men were killed in separate robberies on farms in the Western Cape and North West over the weekend. Read More

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White farmers ‘under attack’, says Sky News

FacebookTwitterLinkedinemailPrintCitizen Reporter, 4 June 2018 Sky News has reported that white farmers are under attack, and that some are taking self-defence lessons from an ex-Israeli forces member, as they believe they are ‘targeted.’ Read More

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