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“We may step on a few toes, but given the time and circumstances in which agriculture finds itself at the moment, it may be necessary.” This is the opinion of Francois Wilken, president of Free State Agriculture (FSA), regarding issues that this organization will soon discuss at its annual congress.
“The majority of South Africans are tired of corruption, unemployment, poverty and intimidation caused mainly by the elite,” Wilken said. “It is time that we all stand together to make a difference and stand up for our constitutional rights.”
Free State Agriculture will present a virtual congress on 22 September where the focus will be on how farmers, but also members of the public, can secure their future in the country. Themes that will receive attention are rural security, property rights, disasters and infrastructure.
Wilken invites all farmers, as well as members of the public, to join the virtual event on Wednesday, 22 September from 10:00 am. The link to the event is available on FSA’s website (www.vrystaatlandbou.co.za) and Facebook page.
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