Zimbabwe Takes Back Its Land

 


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The news from Zimbabwe is usually unremittingly bleak. Perhaps no issue has aroused such ire as the land reforms in 2000, when 170,000 black farmers occupied 4,000 white farms. A decade later, with production returning to former levels, the land reform story is a contrast to the dominant media narratives of oppression and economic stagnation.

Dr Joseph Hanlon talks about how "ordinary" Zimbabweans have taken charge of their destinies in creative and unacknowledged ways through their use of land holdings obtained through land reform programmes.

  • 7pm
  • FREE booking advised

Where

Woolfson & Tay
39 Bear Lane, London, SE1 0UH
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