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by Wolfgang Werner, Willem Odendaal in 2010

In 1990, Namibia emerged from colonial rule with a skewed distribution of agricultural land and high levels of poverty. The new government led by SWAPO Party initiated a process to address the land question within the first few months of Independence. A National Conference on Land Reform and the...

by Easther Chigumira in 2010

The Fast Track Land Reform Programme (FTLRP) is the defining instrument for Zimbabwe’s future development prospect. It brought an end to the colonial division of land and has resulted in major changes in land use on the former Large Scale Farming sector. The paper, grounded in a political...

by Gumisai Tinotenda Mutangi in 2010

The Fast Track Land Reform Programme has greatly affected farm workers, although the effects are diverse depending on the region of the country. This study focuses on three farms in Guruve district in Mashonaland, and is based on a survey of 50 farm workers. Although some forms of new employment...

by Binganidzo Muchara in 2010

The Fast Track Land Reform Programme (FTLRP) that began in 2000 has radically restructured agricultural production and marketing in Zimbabwe. There have been significant declines in output of most agricultural commodities with important implications for markets and market relations. This paper...

by Gospell H.M. Matondi in 2010

The government of Zimbabwe implemented the accelerated land reform and resettlement programme commonly referred to as the fast track land reform programme in the year 2000. To be able to implement the programme, the government used existing land administration institutions but had to create new...

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