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Key words: Land Reform, Implementation, Land Information System, Cadastre, Sustainable Development.

Key words: Land Reform, Implementation, Land Information System, Cadastre, Sustainable Development. The Land Reform programme in Zimbabwe has been a major area of international discussion for almost five years now; mainly due to the hitherto unprecedented approach taken by the government of Zimbabwe to address this very emotive issue

A gender audit of women and land rights in Zimbabwe. The fast track land reform programme in Zimbabwe has reshaped rural livelihoods as land has become a major asset for rural people.

A gender audit of women and land rights in Zimbabwe. An analysis of the Zimbabwean scenario is presented with regards to participatory methodologies that reflect women's rural livelihoods and land loss.

Land reform in Zimbabwe officially began in 1980 with the signing of the Lancaster House Agreement, as an effort to more equitably distribute land between black subsistence farmers and white Zimbabweans of European ancestry, who had traditionally en. .

Land reform in Zimbabwe officially began in 1980 with the signing of the Lancaster House Agreement, as an effort to more equitably distribute land between black subsistence farmers and white Zimbabweans of European ancestry, who had traditionally enjoyed superior political and economic status. The programme's stated targets were intended to alter the ethnic balance of land ownership.

Ongoing Land Reform Programs,Their Mechanisms, Achievements, and .

Ongoing Land Reform Programs,Their Mechanisms, Achievements, and Limitations. 5. Land Redistribution in Zimbabwe 137 Simon Pazvakavambwa and Vincent Hungwe. Land Redistribution under the Colonial State 138 Early Attempts to Redistribute Land, 1980–99 141 The Fast Track Land Redistribution Program, 2000–05 Conclusion 164 Note 164 References 165. 151. 6. Land Redistribution in South Africa Edward Lahiff. Land Reform since the End of Apartheid. 169 169. vi CONTENTS. Key Emerging Policy Issues in South Africa’s Land Reform The Future of Land Reform in South Africa 186 Conclusion 195 Notes 196 References 197. 179.

Communal Land Rights in Zimbabwe as State Sanction and Social Control: A Narrative. Moyo S, Rutherford B, Amanor-Wilks D (2000). Land Reform and Changing Social Relations for Farm Workers in Zimbabwe. Agroterrorism: Threats and preparedness. CRS Report for Congress.

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Evaluating Women’s Wellbeing in Zimbabwe’s Land Reform Programme: A Capability Analysis. In this article the unit of analysis is gendered practices in the national agrarian reform that was known as the Land Reform Programme (LRP)

Evaluating Women’s Wellbeing in Zimbabwe’s Land Reform Programme: A Capability Analysis. Charles Chikunda Midlands State University. Faculty of Education Private Bag 9055Gweru. The purpose of this paper is to evaluate women’s wellbeing in Zimbabwe’s land reform programme. In this article the unit of analysis is gendered practices in the national agrarian reform that was known as the Land Reform Programme (LRP). Adopting a case study approach focusing on the sugar cane growing region of Chiredzi West, I sought to evaluate women‘s wellbeing in this national development project.

Women, land rights and HIV in Zimbabwe, The case of Zvimba communal rights in Mashonaland west province (Ms. A critical analysis of land reform programme in Zimbabwe.

Women, land rights and HIV in Zimbabwe, The case of Zvimba communal rights in Mashonaland west province (Msc. So. ci. A paper presented at 2nd FIG regional Conference on Management of Land, Marrakech, Morocco. Women and world development: An education and action guide. Daley, . & Englert, B. (2010). Securing land rights for women.

The land reform-Zimbabwe style needs to be analysed as a development .

The land reform-Zimbabwe style needs to be analysed as a development perspective to assess its impact on livelihoods of people of Zimbabwe. There was little done under compulsory land acquisition except isolated resettlements until year 2000 when the government lost a referendum to change the constitution to create an executive President. supporters, sympathizers and ex-combatants of the 1970s war of independence embarked into accelerated land seizures.

Zimbabwe's often violent land reform programme has not been the complete economic disaster widely portrayed, a new study has found. Most of the country's 4,000 white farmers - then the backbone of the country's agricultural economy - were forced from their land, which was handed over to about a million black Zimbabweans. The study's lead author, Ian Scoones from the UK's Institute of Development Studies at Sussex University, told BBC News he was "genuinely surprised" to see how much activity was happening on the farms visited during the 10-year study.