The amount of land acquired by the rising class of medium-scale African farmers since 2000 far exceeds the amount acquired by foreign investors.
Mnangagwa’s regime unlikely to clean up the fiscal mess because its principals continue to profit from Zimbabwe’s economic mayhem.
Many villages are witnessing an influx back from both The Gambia and Senegalese cities.
The image of an exhausted poor farmer carrying a rusty hoe on tired shoulders somewhere on the outskirts of modernity who is not on Snapchat, Twitter, or Instagram can quickly change
The issue of land rights in Africa is a complex one. In many nations, the farmland was stolen, or purchased under suspiciously generous conditions.
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