Another new book argues Zimbabwe land reform is a success

From AFRICA IS A COUNTRY Thu Jan 31 2013, 08:00:08

This evening in London, researchers Joseph Hanlon, Jeanette Manjengwa, and Teresa Smart will be launching their new book, "Zimbabwe takes back its land", a book that reportedly argues that Zimbabwe's land reform has been a success, resulting in new farmers being increasingly productive and improving their lives. The London-based SW Radio Africa, started by opposition activists, [...]

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