Dumb South Africa stops Amazon in it’s tracks: South African court suspends building at new Amazon Africa site

[This is quite funny. So Bezos gets his plans mucked up by the silliness of South Africa. But I do have mixed feelings about these super rich scum and what they are doing. Ultimately, these filthy, super rich anti-White scum will be destroying White businesses, etc. So supporting the super rich is never good. The Jews are the worst of the lot of course. But anyway, I am enjoying the fact that Bezos is seeing his ass, and you'll see how the non-Whites are using their junk to block him. I do enjoy anything where the super rich are brought to a grinding halt. The super rich are out of control. The Jews have been out of control for centuries. Jan]

South Africa’s High Court has temporarily halted the construction of Amazon.com Inc’s planned new Africa headquarters in Cape Town and ordered the company to consult with indigenous people who say the site is sacred land.

Building work should cease immediately and developer Liesbeek Leisure Properties Trust must undertake “meaningful engagement and consultation” with members of the Khoisan people, the original inhabitants of the land, the court said in a March 18 ruling.

“The fundamental right to culture and heritage of indigenous groups, more particularly the Khoi and San First Nations Peoples are under threat in the absence of proper consultation,” the Western Cape Division of the High Court in Cape Town said.

Amazon didn’t immediately respond to an emailed request for comment. Tauriq Jenkins, a spokesman for the indigenous people’s Goringhaicona Khoena Council, said in a text message that he was aware of the ruling and “we will now proceed with the review with favorable prospects.”

Amazon Web Services’ clients in sub-Saharan Africa include Johannesburg-based lender Absa Group Ltd. and Nigerian payments firm Flutterwave Inc. but its online-retail operation has yet to build a significant presence in the region.

While the City of Cape Town approved construction of the Amazon site, saying it will create thousands of jobs and give a boost to South Africa’s Covid-19-ravaged economy, the plan quickly drew criticism from members of the Khoisan people.

“The fact that the development has substantial economic, infrastructural and public benefits can never override the fundamental rights of First Nations Peoples,” the court said.

Source: https://businesstech.co.za/news/cloud-hosting/569902/south-african-court-suspends-building-at-new-amazon-africa-site/?utm_source=everlytic&utm_medium=newsletter&utm_campaign=businesstech

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