On 28 February, the head of the EFF (combatants for Economic Freedom), Julius Malema, pleaded with the South African Parliament for the expropriation without compensation of the land, held by the large majority by the white population, which however prohibited Article 25 of the Constitution. The current climate is conducive to the acceleration of the anti-White agenda held by an increasingly popular political party in the country and whose execution could lead the country towards serious ethnic disturbances. The white community represents 9% of the total South African population, making it a minority and making it vulnerable. The expropriation of white farmers could also lead South Africa to the same economic catastrophe that Zimbabwe experienced in the years 90 and whose effects are still felt. The South African president himself rallied, under the pressure of the EFF, to this project in gestation of ethnic cleansing by asking Parliament to amend the Constitution in the sense of expropriation of the land.
In the Face of the risk of escalation, does the Commission intend to support these populations of European origin at risk?