Mnangagwa Launches Crackdown on Illegally Settled Farm Occupiers
Hundreds of families have been left homeless after a government order to evict people who illegally settled on various farms in Zimbabwe. The order follows a countrywide audit of farms by the Ministry of Lands and Agriculture which targeted idle land and multiple farm ownership.
New Zimbabwe, 17 February 2019
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A kitchen hut on fire at Stoncroft Farm.
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