Zimbabwe has begun repossessing idle land from black farmers who benefitted from controversial land reforms two decades ago with the land set to be given to aspiring farmers from a waiting list left from earlier rounds of land reform. Speaking at the opening of annual tobacco auctions, Agriculture Minister Anxious Masuka said some repossessions had already occurred, but did not give details. To read the full story visit the News Blog page on the Future Media website.
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