Ramaphosa meets Moody’s, says land reform will not affect economic growth

President Cyril Ramaphosa on Wednesday, held discussions with Moody’s Investors Service on the various initiatives underway to accelerate economic growth, create jobs, and he also reaffirmed that land reform would unfold within clear legal framework and would not affect economic growth, the Presidency said. "President Ramaphosa underlined government’s determination to build a social compact of government, labour, business and civil society to advance investment, youth employment and community development. President Ramaphosa reaffirmed that accelerated land reform will unfold within a clear legal framework and without negatively affecting economic growth, agricultural production and food security," his office said in a statement.