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by Alexio Mbereko in 2010

Post independence Zimbabwean governments have attempted to address inequitable land distribution by implementing the fast track land reform programme. Land reform is important for Africa because large population depend on it for livelihoods. The questions addressed in this paper were; what are...

by Shingirai Mandizadza in 2010

When Zimbabwe gained independence in 1980, it was faced with the challenge of addressing the colonial legacy of disparities in access to education, health, income, employment among others. This was coupled with other discrepancies in access to production resources, including land which was...

by Kingstone Mujeyi in 2010

The implementation of the Fast Track Land Reform Programme (FTLRP) which commenced in June 2000 ushered in a new era in terms of markets and marketing channels for agricultural services, inputs and outputs. Agricultural commodity marketing and pricing policies implemented during the FTLRP era...

by Nelson Marongwe in 2009

Research on the performance of Zimbabwe’s land reforms, and in particular the extent to which the programme has contributed to poverty reduction, is quite limited. The work of Bill Kinsey and his associates provides the dominant body of literature on this aspect of Zimbabwe’s resettlement...

by Edward Lahiff in 2007

This is a discussion paper that attempts to situate the debate on land reform and poverty in South Africa within its historical, socio-economic and political context. It begins with a brief historical sketch of land dispossession in South Africa and summarises some key indicators of poverty...

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