When I look at our current South African government policies, I cringe. They say they want to create prosperity for all, but in the mean time they violate every universal law there is to create prosperity. One of them is the law of fair exchange. Expropriation without compensation doesn't seem so fair to me. Another law is the law of cause and effect, also known as "What you sow is what you reap". Another way of saying the same thing is "What you do to others, you do to yourself too". This means that when you take wealth away from others, you will lose your wealth too. The politicians might argue that they are uplifting the poor by giving them land and more. But there is a huge difference between giving your own and giving other people's possessions away. And it is obvious, that if people with money and possessions don't feel that their belongings are safe, they are going to take them elsewhere. A huge de-investment will take place, which will lead to more poverty.
What is the Solution?