Chairperson, the decisions we are taking now on a regular basis in the acquisition of farms include a strategy for ensuring that the resources that are deployed to assist incoming farmers, whose relationship with the land was destroyed deliberately, is done appropriately. This is very intensive work we are doing.
The reason for a budgetary item is that it is a complex thing. Some of the people we trusted would be appropriate mentors have turned out to be frauds - and not appropriate ones. We have been able to rule them out and we are finding appropriate ones. The appropriate allocation of resources to support incoming farmers is something we are dealing with, as you were saying, in a manner that is beginning to show results. In the Eastern Cape, in Limpopo and in almost all the provinces, the results we are seeing owing to these interventions are showing that we are literally on course to reverse the legacy of 1913. We appreciate your support for that campaign. Thank you very much.