Black First Land First (BLF) will put a case forward tomorrow on how to radically transform South Africa and end the “stranglehold of white monopoly capital”, resulting in the return of land to black people.
In a statement released yesterday, BLF said that they had been invited to make oral representations to the Parliamentary Standing Committee and Parliamentary Portfolio Committee on Finance. The BLF’s presentation will follow that of the Johannesburg Stock Exchange.
“BLF’s submission will focus on giving content to radical economic transformation and strengthening the call for unity across the political divide to realise the return of our stolen land. Secondly, the BLF submission shall call for specific steps to be taken to end the stranglehold of white monopoly capital,” the statement said.
The public hearing on the Transformation of the Financial Sector will be at the Good Hope Chambers.
– Staff Reporter