Zimbabwe's White Farmers Play Humble, Hope For Mugabe Sympathy
Land grabs of white-owned property have hit Zimbabwe yet again as the southern African country's 93-year-old President Robert Mugabe seeks another term in office - but the remaining white farmers have resorted to private negotiations with the government unlike before, when they would approach the courts. They feel with negotiations, they might be allowed to return to their farms.
New Zimbabwe, 15 October 2017
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Group sings at a white farmer's gate during the 2000 land grabs.
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