Is Mugabe About to Kick Out Remaining White Farmers?
Addressing his ruling Zanu-PF party supporters in Marondera, President Robert Mugabe, has reportedly threatened to embark on fresh land grabs targeting the few white commercial farmers still remaining in the country because "most Zimbabweans are in need of land". In 2000, Mugabe shocked the world when he made dramatic changes to land ownership laws resulting in thousands of white farmers leaving the country.
News24Wire, 5 June 2017
Zimbabwe's main opposition, the Movement for Democratic Change (MDC) party led by Morgan Tsvangirai has castigated President Robert Mugabe over his recent threats to embark on… Read more »
A Tobacco farm in Zimbabwe
New Zimbabwe, 4 June 2017
President Robert Mugabe has threatened to remove all the remaining 73 white commercial farmers in Mashonaland East and give the land to the youths. Read more »
News24Wire, 4 June 2017
Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe, 93, has threatened to embark on fresh land grabs targeting the few white commercial farmers still remaining in the country. Read more »
Zimbabwe Standard, 21 May 2017
In recent weeks, Toendepi Shonhe rigorously constructed and forcefully articulated his argument on land, elections and opposition politics in Zimbabwe. The evidently malicious… Read more »
New Zimbabwe, 13 May 2017
The Midlands State University Faculty of Arts is organising a conference on land reform where papers on the agrarian exercise including re-audit of the programme will be presented,… Read more »
Addressing Midlands State University students, Vice President Emmerson Mnangagwa has justified the government's fast track land reform program saying that the empowered black ... Read more »
The Berlin chief diplomat to Harare says this was "an urgent and important issue". In 2000 the predominantly white farm owners were forced off the land, often violently and without ... Read more »