South African Farmers moving to former Soviet republic of Georgia
On March the fourth an exodus of skilled South Africans will begin what could hurt the country’s economy. On that day Mpumalanga maize farmer.
Piet Kemp, will board a plane for the former Soviet republic of Georgia.
He will the first of hundreds who are leaving Africa on the promise of freehold land to help Georgia revive its once mighty farming industry.
ABN’s Senior correspondent Chris Bishop reports from Ermelo in South Africa’s north eastern Mpumalanga province.