Black leaders have criticised President Cyril Ramaphosa for saying that there are no land grabs and white farm murders in the country.

They have called on the president to tender an unreserved apology to the white community in the country.

Insisting that his denial at the UN was insensitive to the plight of the white minority families that have suffered unprovoked attacks over the years.

Prominent Blacks leaders such as   Kenneth Meshoe  and Mosiuoa Lekota are among the vocal speakers against the attacks on white minority farmers.

Earlier, the Congress of the People (Cope) leader Mosiuoa Lekota has urged the government to develop a new strategy to protect the remaining commercial farmers.

African Christian Democratic Party leader Kenneth Meshoe has called on President Cyril Ramaphosa to apologise to the farming community for his alleged “no killings” statement, saying it is “a national disgrace”.

“President Cyril Ramaphosa has disappointed most of us who trusted him by denying that land grabs are taking place in SA