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EDITORIAL COMMENT: Leasing land to ex-farmers defies logic - The Herald

EDITORIAL COMMENT: Leasing land to ex-farmers defies logicThe HeraldGovernment embarked on land reform specifically to benefit landless Zimbabweans who had been displaced from the land by the colonial regime. Much of the vast, fertile tracts of land were in the hands of a few white commercial farmers with the black ...and more »

Zimbabwe Bans Maize Import To Protect Local Farmers - SRJ News;

Zimbabwe Bans Maize Import To Protect Local Farmers - SRJ News

SRJ NewsZimbabwe Bans Maize Import To Protect Local FarmersSRJ NewsFollowing a year of drought the Zimbabwean government is all concerned to protect its farmers and in a new move announced ban on grain imports. Over the years the country has faced low grain production and last year's devastating drought left over 4 ...and more »

Zimbabwe Bans maize Imports - CHANNELS TELEVISION;

Zimbabwe Bans maize Imports - CHANNELS TELEVISION

CHANNELS TELEVISIONZimbabwe Bans maize ImportsCHANNELS TELEVISIONZimbabwe has banned grain imports to protect local farmers a year after a devastating drought left more than 4 million people in the country in need of food aid. Drought, lack of financing and president Robert Mugabe's seizures of land from white ...and more »

Co-operate or lose all, Zim white farmers warn SA - Southern Times Africa;

Co-operate or lose all, Zim white farmers warn SA - Southern Times Africa

Southern Times AfricaCo-operate or lose all, Zim white farmers warn SASouthern Times AfricaHARARE – Decades after the European Union and the United States imposed sanctions on Zimbabwe irked by government's fast-track land reform programme meant to correct historical colonial iniquities, President Mugabe stands vindicated today for having ...and more »

Land and agriculture in Zimbabwe following land reform - The Zimbabwean;

Land and agriculture in Zimbabwe following land reform - The Zimbabwean

The ZimbabweanLand and agriculture in Zimbabwe following land reformThe ZimbabweanIn May, I was invited to give a talk on Zimbabwe's land reform and its aftermath by a great new student initiative at SOAS (School of African and Asia Studies) focused on agriculture and development in Africa.and more »

Zimbabwe's Bumper Harvest: A Victory for Black Empowerment - The African Exponent;

Zimbabwe's Bumper Harvest: A Victory for Black Empowerment - The African Exponent

The African ExponentZimbabwe's Bumper Harvest: A Victory for Black EmpowermentThe African ExponentWhereas the expectation was for Zimbabwe to perform poorly until at least 2020, in 2017, black farmers who took back their land have proved naysayers wrong. In the June 2002 article “From breadbasket to basket case,” the Economist wrote, “…Zimbabwe is ...and more »