Zimbabwe farm invasions

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    SA: Western Cape says it ‘will firmly reject’ Zimbabwe-style land grabs

    The Western Cape Government has confirmed it will firmly reject any action to amend the Constitution in a manner that would allow the redistribution of property without compensation.  Land Expropriation is hurtling towards Parliamentary approval, and those in opposition to the policy are running out of time to halt the process. In Zimbabwe’s fast-track land resettlement programme of the early 2000s,…

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    Rethinking the agrarian question in the capitalist epoch in the Global South

    By Ruzivo Benza. WHEN the colonized people of Africa took up arms to wage wars of liberation, it was not only to free themselves from the shackles of colonial bondage and attain political independence. The fight also sought to improve societal standing from a highly unequal one to a just egalitarian community. While political independence was achieved throughout the continent,…

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    Former VP Mohadi’s son-in-law grabs farm, fires gunshots

    TENSIONS ran high yesterday as gunshots were fired at Tabas Induna Farm in Ntabazinduna outside Bulawayo. The incident occurred as Mthwakazi Republic Party (MRP) activists tried to evict former Vice-President Kembo Mohadi’s son-in-law Floyd Ambrose who reportedly invaded the farm owned by his ex-employer Brian Davies. Two gunshots were allegedly fired as MRP youth tried to regain control of the…

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