Ramaphosa tells young white farmers to stay in SA

President Cyril Ramaphosa visited the Beyerskloof Wine farm on Tuesday and spoke to a group of largely white farmers at a pre-election event.

Ramaphosa guaranteed young white farmers that there are enough opportunities for everyone in South Africa and urged them not to leave the country.

Owner and cellar master at Beyerskloof, Beyers Truter spoke highly of Ramaphosa, describing him as 'a most humble president'.

Read: 'Land reform will happen constitutionally', Ramaphosa tells Stellenbosch farmers

He is an amazing guy who has a passion for South Africa and compassion for people of all race and all walks of life.

Beyers Truter, Owner and cellar master - Beyerskloof

He spoke to all the farmers and gave us hope to create jobs, alleviate poverty and do away with corruption. It was an excellent speech.

Beyers Truter, Owner and cellar master - Beyerskloof

I believe that people will vote for Cyril Ramaphosa. He has done a lot already for South Africa and he will make us the best country in the world.

Beyers Truter, Owner and cellar master - Beyerskloof

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