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Securing land rights and security of tenure post Land Reform in Zimbabwe

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Summary :

For the past 18 years Zimbabwe’s much-needed Land Reform Programme has opened up access to land-based resources for over five million black Zimbabweans – land that had formerly been in the hands of white commercial farmers. But in 2012, human rights violations perpetrated during the reforms led to the formation of the Zimbabwe People’s Land Rights Movement – a movement that has successfully defended the rights of 10,000 families.