Michael Holman suggests a cross-border rresettlement programme for white farmers that would allow southern Africa to retain scarce expertise.
Any hopes of resoving the crisis in Zimbabwe while Robert Mugabe remains in power were dashed at the Joahnnesburg summit this week. The country's 76-year-old president was brutally frank when he spelt out his objective: to end the days when commerical farming in Zimbabwe was dominated by white farmers.Download as PDF
News & Comment
5 September 2002
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Zimbabwe's loss, Mozambique's gain