farm invasions

 
Land grabs rattle Zim farmers
Land grabs rattle Zim farmers
Fresh anxiety has gripped Zimbabwe's agricultural sector. More than 40 farms have been threatened with invasion since December last year and...
Farm invasion spat pits SA against Zim
Farm invasion spat pits SA against Zim
Vusi Mavimbela, South Africa's ambassador to Zimbabwe, has attacked President Robert Mugabe's Zanu-PF over its continued invasion of South...
'Sell-out' minister may be next victim of skewed land policy
'Sell-out' minister may be next victim of skewed land policy
President Robert Mugabe's use of farmland to stifle dissent among his followers has been laid bare by the threatened invasion of a farm owned by a...
'Only elite got rich in Bob's land grab'
'Only elite got rich in Bob's land grab'
Zimbabwe's president, Robert Mugabe, and his allies have seized nearly half the country's commercial farms in a land grab widely blamed for the...
Fresh farm raids in Zim, says farmers' union
Fresh farm raids in Zim, says farmers' union
At least 16 white farmers in Zimbabwe have come under attack over the last week, including several South African nationals and a farm owned by...
AfriForum wins bid to sue Zim over land reform
AfriForum wins bid to sue Zim over land reform
Civil rights group AfriForum on Wednesday won a court bid to sue Zimbabwe's government over its "cruel" and revengeful" expropriation of South...
Zim to probe fresh land grabs
Zim to probe fresh land grabs
Zimbabwe's deputy premier Arthur Mutambara said on Thursday a team of top officials from the unity government was launching an investigation into...
New farm invasions block aid
New farm invasions block aid
A rush of new farm seizures has emerged as the biggest hurdle to Zimbabwe receiving foreign aid to support its ambitious economic recovery plan....
Tsvangirai: Mugabe willing to free detainees
Tsvangirai: Mugabe willing to free detainees
The prime minister in Zimbabwe's new coalition government said on Wednesday that President Robert Mugabe has agreed to free political prisoners,...
Bloody invasions revisit Zimbabwe
Bloody invasions revisit Zimbabwe
An elderly victim of the latest wave of land invasions in Zimbabwe is still recovering in hospital two weeks after his wife was bludgeoned to death...

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