Outrage Over 'Slavery' On Zimbabwean Farms

Farm workers in Zimbabwe say they have become victims of modern-day slavery as they earn U.S.$75 a month, with some employers paying them with farm produce, citing harsh economic conditions in the country.



  • Zimbabwe:  Uproar Over 'Slavery' On Farms

    Zimbabwe Standard, 18 September 2017

    Farm workers in Zimbabwe can now be employed for four and half years by the same employer on short-term contracts, an arrangement that leaves them vulnerable to abuse and without… Read more »

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