What’s next for Zim land reform?

In the rural areas, the government needs to contemplate the provision of title deeds to rural dwellers.
By Kevin Tutani May. 24, 2024

The politics of Zim’s land reform: winners and losers

This had important echoes of what happened during the colonial land distribution process.
By Ian Scoones Mar. 31, 2024

Lessons for the African empowerment journey

In the face of sanctions limiting access to markets and agricultural inputs, Zimbabweans showcased resilience by adopting innovative farming techniques.
By Isheanesu Mavengere Mar. 15, 2024

Land reform changed livelihoods

An important strand of work complements the studies of land-based agricultural livelihoods after land reform and focuses on the intersections of farming and artisanal mining.
By Ian Scoones Feb. 23, 2024

For Farmers and Wildlife in Zimbabwe’s Conservation Areas, a Fraught Coexistence

SVC was formed in 1991 from a consortium of 18 properties, mostly large, white-owned cattle farms.
By Evidence Chenjerai Sep. 6, 2023

Robin Palmer: The original land campaigner and scholar activist

Robin travelled to what was then Southern Rhodesia in 1960 to pursue an undergraduate degree at University College of Rhodesia and Nyasaland.
By Ian Scoones Mar. 31, 2023

Feature: Phases of Zim’s land reform: A shifting political economy

The invasion and establishment phase emerged of course in part as a consequence of the constitutional referendum of 2000.
By Ian Scoones Mar. 21, 2023

Chatora’s Harare Voices and Beyond welcome addition to crime novel cannon

This is it for me and mother. Are we going to die. There’s no other way the courts will let us off for the murder of my brother, Julian — Mother’s youngest son gone rogue.
By Tariro Ndoro Jan. 29, 2023

Zim deserves better healthcare system in 2023

The year 2022 saw the Government of Zimbabwe opening many healthcare facilities that have potential to serve as many people as possible.
By Johannes Marisa Dec. 18, 2022