Date: 15 décembre 2017
Source: La Nouvelle Tribune
Par: Florian GUENET
Suite au départ de Mugabe, de nombreuses réformes sont en train d'être mises en place. La première ? La restitution de leurs terres, aux fermiers blancs.
In June 2005, demolition crews destroyed hundreds of homes in an impoverished suburb of Mutare, under ‘Operation Murambatsvina’ (Move the Rubbish), the government of Zimbabwe’s campaign to forcibly clear ‘slums’ across the country.
White farmers who were forcibly dispossessed of their property in Zimbabwe are suing President Robert Mugabe, claiming the government owes them compensation.
THE Zimbabwe Agricultural Society (ZAS) has admitted agricultural production in the country has been on a downward trend and on Tuesday announced it would introduce a new section aimed at encouraging farmers to improve their yields.
Harare - Zimbabwean war veterans have reportedly claimed that President Robert Mugabe is improperly getting credit for the controversial land reform programme, adding that the veteran leader had "no land reform policy" during the height of the reforms.
The Swiss Ambassador to Zimbabwe, Ruth Huber, says investment in will remain stagnant as long as the Harare fails to compensate whites whose farms were forcibly taken without proper dialogue.
She was speaking during the Swiss National Day Tuesday.
Date: 17 mai 2017
L'ambassadeur d'Allemagne à Zimbabwe, Thorsten Hutter a déclaré que les indemnisations pour ses citoyens doivent faire partie du dialogue de reprise de coopération entre Harare et l'Union Européenne.