South African officials have said they won't follow Zimbabwe's practice of forcibly seizing land from white farmers and redistributing it to blacks. Well, as long as the farmers sell at the price the government offers. The government says it will take the farm of Hannes Visser, after Visser rejected an offer of $276,000. Visser wanted $473,000 for the 1,235-acre farm.
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