Date: February 16th 2016
Source: Zim Daily
ZIMBABWE – Zimbabwe’s government has reportedly sent eviction notices to at least 90 people who benefited from the country’s controversial land reform programme.
By: Staff Reporter
Date: February 15th 2016
Source: Times Live
The land reform plan President Jacob Zuma envisaged in his State of the Nation address on Thursday will prompt a mass exodus of foreign investors, AfriBusiness has warned.
By: Nyemudzai Kakore
Date: February 11th 2016
Source: AllAfrica.com / The Herald
Government has introduced a new data system that will curb multiple farm ownership by not allowing anyone who already has multiple farms under A1 or A2 to be allocated another piece of land.
Professor Sam Moyo, director of the African Institute of Agrarian Studies, and a giant of agrarian studies has died tragically as a result of a car accident in New Delhi.
By Mabasa Sasa
26 September 2015
Zimbabwe's Land Reform Programme is a shining example of how African countries can ease the pressures of migration to urban centres by creating economic reasons for people to remain in, and develop, rural areas.
THE HERALD - ZIMBABWE
30 JULY 2015
Zimbabwe: Celebrating Pioneers of Land Reform
By Fortious Nhambura
As readers of this blog will know, we have been tracking 400 farms since the early 2000s across Masvingo province. One of the things we have been looking at is how plots change hands over time. This is important for a number of reasons.
The government of Zimbabwe recently adopted a social housing policy aimed at rolling out mass housing schemes for low-income earners. The City of Harare recently acquired more than 25 farms around the city for housing, which has been interpreted as a positive move meant to address concerns of its backlog of over 500,000 home-seekers.